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Old 03-25-2003, 12:50 PM   #1
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Socket size for stock 97 SE wheel lug nuts?

What size socket do I need to remove the lug nuts on stock 97 SE wheels? I need to do some brake work this weekend and shop that mounted my tires torqued the nuts too tight to get off with the stock wrench.
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Re: Socket size for stock 97 SE wheel lug nuts?

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What size socket do I need to remove the lug nuts on stock 97 SE wheels? I need to do some brake work this weekend and shop that mounted my tires torqued the nuts too tight to get off with the stock wrench.
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hey bro, this is not going to be much help but I was trying to tighten my lugnuts, had everything up to a 21mm- did not work. Like I said, not much help but i bet its a 22 though!
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Re: Re: Socket size for stock 97 SE wheel lug nuts?

I really doubt its a 22mm. 22mm is the size of the bolt at the bottom of the strut. It's huge. I'm thinking its 19mm.

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hey bro, this is not going to be much help but I was trying to tighten my lugnuts, had everything up to a 21mm- did not work. Like I said, not much help but i bet its a 22 though!
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hey bro, this is not going to be much help but I was trying to tighten my lugnuts, had everything up to a 21mm- did not work. Like I said, not much help but i bet its a 22 though!
That's strange. I just pulled my '97 SE lugnuts off with a 21mm socket and it fit perfectly.
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I never had to use a socket wrench so I'm not sure
You should have a lug wrench in your car.
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i believe it's 15\16... standard not metric
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I have a 97 I30 and 97 SE and a 21mm fits lug nuts on both cars. I am certain as I rotated tires today!
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throw a big a$$ bar on the end of the stock wrench, and im sure itll come off
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just changed my suspension on my 97 I30...21mm fit perfect on my lug nuts...
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i believe it's 15\16... standard not metric
Everything on a Nissan is going to be metric. Its from Japan, remember?

Nissan uses lug nuts that take a 21mm socket on all their passenger cars.
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Everything on a Nissan is going to be metric. Its from Japan, remember?

Nissan uses lug nuts that take a 21mm socket on all their passenger cars.
i must've been doing something wrong then. 21 mm Slowpoke!
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i believe it's 15\16... standard not metric
15/16" = 23.8mm (1'=25.4mm) Using that socket will eventually round off the corners of your lug nuts. Getting a 21mm socket is worth the investment.
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21mm it is. Thanks for the info guys!
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