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Old 11-29-2009, 09:26 PM
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i cant find a socket at any hardware store in my whole county..i really went to every auto parts store and tool store!i paid 22 bux for a socket thats not deep enuff....is there a special tool to get it off or what??
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Sure is. It is referred to as a spindle nut socket or axle nut socket. You need a 36mm socket. Autozone PN 27054, Advance Auto PN AC824/W154, Napa has a deep 36mm socket with a 1/2" drive, but I do not know if it is deep enough.
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Return the socket you bought. See if the auto stores have loaner sockets that will fit. The stores here have a loaner set of deep sockets for axle nuts.
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Napa one works, that's I bought mine.
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i cant find a socket at any hardware store in my whole county..i really went to every auto parts store and tool store!i paid 22 bux for a socket thats not deep enuff....is there a special tool to get it off or what??
i did the same thing. i just took a cut off wheel and cut the tip of the cv joint off was on a $125 offroad truck
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i was so mad at the end of today i wanted to cut it off! lol,,yeah that socket is going back for sure!how much dose a spindle nut socket or the axle nut socket cost?
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how much dose a spindle nut socket or the axle nut socket cost?
$0.00 if they have it in their loaner tools.
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You can look up either of the two PNs I listed. Without looking back at them myself, I would say you shouldn't spend more than $20 on one. Free if you do the loaner tool program. I like having tools though.
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cool i hope they have some loaner tools then...thanks for the help guys

ok i just paid for a socket at farm and fleet..dose anyone got any advice on getting the nut off?
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Long breaker bar, piece of pipe, and the wheel on the ground.
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