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Old 03-21-2022, 08:05 PM   #1
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Lug Nuts, Need new ones

I have a 2015 36FB and need to replace some of the lug nuts. Where do you recommend I get them and how do i know what size to get? I believe the the wheel studs are 1/2". Any help will be much appreciated. I bought this used so I don't have manuals. Thank you in advance.
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Old 03-21-2022, 10:11 PM   #2
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I have a 2015 36FB and need to replace some of the lug nuts. Where do you recommend I get them and how do i know what size to get? I believe the the wheel studs are 1/2". Any help will be much appreciated. I bought this used so I don't have manuals. Thank you in advance.
I may be wrong, but 1/2" studs are a bit small for the weight of the Redwoods... my guess would be 9/16x18

anway,

I got MY 9/16x18 from https://recstuff.com/accessories/whe...nut-1-lug-nut/
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Take one to your local auto parts store, they can tell you what size & sell you solid chrome ones rather than the capped nuts you have now.
If you've never had to use the steel wheeled spare you may want to try it, some have said the lug nuts aren't deep enough to tighten the thinner steel wheel to the hub, so you may need 8 open ended nuts just for the spare
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Old 03-22-2022, 04:27 AM   #4
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Thank you! I will take one in to hardware store and check the sizes.
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Old 03-22-2022, 09:30 PM   #5
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Thank you! Took lug nut into automotive and got it measured and M14 1.50 is the size. Learned a lot about this process of obtaining the size. This is a great group for help!
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I looked all over Jacksonville, Florida one day and could not find any that matched the ones I had, can't remember the exact size, but after I figured it out I ordered them from etrailer.com.
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Thank you! Took lug nut into automotive and got it measured and M14 1.50 is the size. Learned a lot about this process of obtaining the size. This is a great group for help!

I THINK that may be the metric version of 9/16x18.. If you do the conversion you will see that are almost an exact match
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