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Old 10-20-2005, 05:38 PM   #1
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Default Cv axle spindle nut size???

anyone know what size it would be on a 99-00 em1???
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I use a 1 1/4" 1/2" drive socket for those nuts. i dont know what the correct metric conversion is. Once you get that big, it doesnt matter.
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Old 10-20-2005, 05:49 PM   #3
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cool i searched but no cigar, if anyone knows metric lemme know
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22mm prolly... But can't you just go find out what size it is by testing to see what socket fits?
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yea i was seeing if anyone knew off hand so i can just go buy the socket ya know, i'll prob end up having to do that
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22mm prolly... But can't you just go find out what size it is by testing to see what socket fits?
22mm? MUCH too small. its between 31mm-35mm i believe. I use a 1 1/4" socket.
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Can't do much on a Honda without at least a 10,12,17,19, or 22mm socket.
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22mm? MUCH too small. its between 31mm-35mm i believe. I use a 1 1/4" socket.
Isn't he talking about the lock nut on the end of the cv axles?
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My bad I was thinking thread pitch 22x1.5, but to get the nut off its a 27mm.
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^^^ B series axles in my civic (im pretty sure d series and b series are same nut size)
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its 32 mm
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ok i've got answers so far of 32mm, 31mm or a 1 1/4 which one is it??? i know 22mm def isn't it, i have all the rest, i just don't feel like taking off my wheel in the dark w/ no light to find this out
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well mathmaticaly 1 1/4" = 31.5mm so theres your answer. i believe jj nailed it on the head
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then wouldn't 1 1/4 be too small??
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i use 32 and everyone i know uses 32 this is a japanese car and they use the meteric system if it was a ford mustang then i would say things in inches :o)
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