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Old 11-01-2011, 10:09 AM   #1
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Lug Nut size?

I'll be heading over to my Pace Arrow here in a couple hours to change out a few tires and clean the carb up. I'm going to run it out of a five gallon fuel can to get it home. I also plan to bring along a fire extinguisher for safety. Problem is I've never thought of measuring the lug nut size. I have a pretty strong 1/2 inch impact I'm taking but since I've no idea what size the lug nuts are I don't want to drag out every 1/2 inch socket I have over there. Its a 79 pace arrow with 19.5 rims. Five lug axles.
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Old 11-02-2011, 12:26 PM   #2
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sorry but mine has 8 its 1 in. for me a 3/4 breaker bar its done
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It's a 79 pace arrow with 19.5 rims. Five lug axles.
In my chart it shows that a 10 hole - 5 lug nut pattern may require 175 lb/ft of torque. The front axle will use 5 lugs while the rear axle will use all 10.
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Yep 1" lug nuts. Still haven't moved it home. I gave it a good try today but I'm having electrical issues and although I have all manuals with it none show the electrical diagram.
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