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Old 03-11-2021, 02:29 PM   #1
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Lug Nut Size

I need the lug nut size for my 1994 Fleetwood Bounder with a Chevrolet P30 chassis. Tire size 195/70.
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Old 03-11-2021, 06:30 PM   #2
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I would check at a truck parts store. Take your chassis VIN. They should be able to look it up pretty easily for a P30 chassis.
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Old 03-11-2021, 10:28 PM   #3
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Your chassis should have the larger lugs:
RAYBESTOS 5933N

There are a few on eBay.
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Are you asking for the thread size or the wrench size? If it's the thread size take one off and take it to NAPA. Taking one off can be problematic as they have bodacious torque specs.
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Not to be rude, but if you are asking for the lug nut size, do you have the tools to properly install the lug nut. When the mechanics take off the wheels on my Phaeton, they use some pretty serious tools with torque values that I could never achieve with the tools I have at hand.
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Old 03-12-2021, 08:38 AM   #6
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On my '96 Bounder, P30 with 19.5 x 6 wheels

9/16" stud - 7/8" nut - 140 ft. lbs torque
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Not to be rude, but if you are asking for the lug nut size, do you have the tools to properly install the lug nut. When the mechanics take off the wheels on my Phaeton, they use some pretty serious tools with torque values that I could never achieve with the tools I have at hand.
Your Phaeton is a DP with 22.5 wheels most likely. The OP is asking about a gas chassis with 19.5 inch wheels. Probably not much harder to remove than the lug nuts on your car.
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My '94 Bounder with 19.5" wheels required 450 ft-lbs. BUT...it was diesel. I believe gas rig take 125 to 150 ft-lbs but it's always best to check either the manufacturer or an expert, or a DIY owner.
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