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  1. lugnutt

    lugnutt Funster Life Member

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    hi all ..i am looking for some nutts to hold my s/steel wheel covers on i have a ford e350 and would like to know the size and type of tread if anyone can help.
    thanks dave:thumb:
     
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    Hi Dave there are I think 3 types,look in your Stateside catalogue, pm Linda
    Geo:thumb:
     
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    I got some in Geo.......Ford ones as per the book but they don't suit :Blush:
     
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    the diferance
     

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    Ooerrr the one's you got for my Ford Chassis (don't want to mention make:Rofl1:) fitted fine
    Its just Dave being awkward
    I take it the shinny one dont fit Dave and the other the original:thumb:
    well the old one looks like the inside bit of the chrome domes you got me Linda the new one is far toooooooo big:Doh:
     
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    so where do i go from here?
     

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    I ASSUME THE AMERICANS ARE STILL IMPERIAL SIZE AND HAVEN'T GONE TO METRIC.:Doh:

    What's the size of the socket the nut's sitting in Dave?

    Is it a Fine or corse thread?
     
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    hi steve...it is a 1" socket and i think it is a ANF tread
     

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