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Old 11-01-2009, 11:59 AM   #1
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Exclamation Lugnut Impact Socket Size?

On a 2005 Workhorse W20 Chassis, what size impact socket do I need?


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For a lug nut or some other nut?
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For a lug nut or some other nut?
Guess that information is kind of important! I was thinking 'lugnut' but didn't type it. Lugnut!
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I was thinking 'lugnut' but didn't type it. Lugnut!
We have a very power search engine here on iRV2. if you use the keywords Workhorse+Lugnut+Size+mm ..... you should be able to come up with that information. Try it ...
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We have a very power search engine here on iRV2. if you use the keywords Workhorse+Lugnut+Size+mm ..... you should be able to come up with that information. Try it ...
Thank You, This gave me the answer I want!

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You see there are 2 options. You can give someone the answer one time or you can teach the same individual how to get the answers to many questions anytime.
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Hmm, I searched "Workhorse+Lugnut+Size+mm" and it only brought me back to this thread.
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Hmm, I searched "Workhorse+Lugnut+Size+mm" and it only brought me back to this thread.
Good job Max!
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Hmm, I searched "Workhorse+Lugnut+Size+mm" and it only brought me back to this thread.
Me too, but I didn't want to point that out. Found it at another RV website: 33 mm.

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Me too, but I didn't want to point that out. Found it at another RV website: 33 mm.
Maybe you missed this in Post #4!

Last edited by DriVer; Today at 06:17 PM. Reason: Hidden (sorta) .... the lug nut size is 33mm.

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Wheel nuts Workhorse Custom Chassis Motorhome Forum. ... The socket size is 33 mm. This is not a 1/2" drive socket. This is a 3/4" drive socket. ...
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Maybe you missed this in Post #4!

Last edited by DriVer; Today at 06:17 PM. Reason: Hidden (sorta) .... the lug nut size is 33mm.

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Wheel nuts Workhorse Custom Chassis Motorhome Forum. ... The socket size is 33 mm. This is not a 1/2" drive socket. This is a 3/4" drive socket. ...
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Thanks, Didn't see the edit.
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Max,

Try this: socket+size+mm

Clue: "Leave out the plus signs" On the other hand if you want to find this exact post, include the plus signs!

There ya go!
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' course, someone could have just told the man.... "33 MM"...rgr...
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