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What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

Ok so the book says the axel nut that goes over the spindel is a 24 x 1.5mm bolt. But mine om my 92 is way bigger than a 24mm. Any one have a clue on the socket size I need? I am trying to replace my cv axels and this is holding me back.
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

I know on a 5th gen it is 36mm, should be the same. you can rent them at Kragen/O'Reiley's.
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Rock on.. I will give it a try.
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Ok so the book says the axel nut that goes over the spindel is a 24 x 1.5mm bolt. But mine om my 92 is way bigger than a 24mm. Any one have a clue on the socket size I need? I am trying to replace my cv axels and this is holding me back.
Lmao the 24x1.5 is not the size of the bolt, it is a 36mm in the 5th gen and if you search I am sure you can find out what it is in the 4th gen, I think it is a 32mm actually, not too sure though.
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

Front is 36mm and rear is 32mm if I remember correctly.
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

Mine are 32 front, but they're aftermarket CVs
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

It might be 32/28 then. I can't remember fo sho.
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

36mm socket for the front axle nut on a 4th gen
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

Btw have fun getting it off, and sorry to thread jack but it looks like your question has already been answered so...

I cannot get my axle nut off, I have broken 2 breaker bars on it, I have let WD40 soak on them for over a week, I have used one of those little electric heaters to try to heat up the nut then take it off, and today I got an impact wrench that is capable of 340 ft pounds of torque and the nuts wont even budge, is it possible to just disconnect everything from the axle, cut off the axle then use new axles and new break rotors?
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Btw have fun getting it off, and sorry to thread jack but it looks like your question has already been answered so...

I cannot get my axle nut off, I have broken 2 breaker bars on it, I have let WD40 soak on them for over a week, I have used one of those little electric heaters to try to heat up the nut then take it off, and today I got an impact wrench that is capable of 340 ft pounds of torque and the nuts wont even budge, is it possible to just disconnect everything from the axle, cut off the axle then use new axles and new break rotors?
Mine makes 600ft lbs and it took them off. Original ones required the 1000ft lb gun
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

Just grab a 48" breaker bar and a 6' pipe. Then proceed to set the breaker bar/cheater bar combo about 6" above the pavement, and jump on it. That's how I was able to break both of my axle nuts lose.
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Just grab a 48" breaker bar and a 6' pipe. Then proceed to set the breaker bar/cheater bar combo about 6" above the pavement, and jump on it. That's how I was able to break both of my axle nuts lose.
I have already broken 2 breaker bars, I am pretty sure I will just break some more if I proceed in trying that.
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

I couldn't get the original nut off when I first tried. I just took grinder to the nut to make a divot, then chisseled the damn thing off. took a lot of time, but it worked.
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

36 mm.... i just put in a transmission the other day you can go to advance and rent one for free.... hope that helps. and have a impact gun its on tight
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36 mm.... and have a impact gun its on tight
Or a heafty breaker bar and a 7 foot long, 2 inch diameter aluminum conduit pipe for gratuitous amounts of leverage. Ive never had the misfortune of having an unbudge-able axle nut. Even on a car that went 125k miles between axles. *crosses fingers

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36 mm.... i just put in a transmission the other day you can go to advance and rent one for free.... hope that helps. and have a impact gun its on tight
Or u can buy/rent a torch wrench and make sure its at the proper torch, impact guns usually over torch things.
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

Got mine off today, easiest 30 minutes of my life lol, put my wheels back on, poped off the center caps, got towed to my mechanic, had him use an impact wrench to rattle it off, then he tightened it enough to take it back home, used the breaker bar and the 4 foot pipe again and bam they are off :) lol, didn't charge me anything :)
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whoever had bad CV Joints before and replaced them....do I need to replace the whole axle or will a new CV joint do the trick?
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

$59.99 after core at Auto Zone for the whole Axel. They are rebuilds but come with a life time warranty.
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Thanks. How do you check if you have abs?

I have a 95 SI 2.3 h23...
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

Well for one you will have a reservoir next to the fuse box under the hood. It's bolted to the firewall on the passenger side. It says ABS on the cap I believe.

And two, The side of the cv axel that bolts thought the spindle has teeth all the way around it. These you will be able to see if you look directly behind the roater on the axel.

If you look them up on Auto Zone's website you can see the difference in the pictures. Read the captions too. They will tell you if it is left or right and if its Anti Lock or not.
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See the pic for the ABS resivor.
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did you all use jack stands or anything to prevent the car from falling off the jack?
I tried last night and the breaker bar was swaying the car a lot and it scared me...
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Re: What size socket to use for the Axel Nut

yeah def 36mm i just did mine yesterday i have a 4th gen
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"did you all use jack stands or anything to prevent the car from falling off the jack?
I tried last night and the breaker bar was swaying the car a lot and it scared me... "

Always, always, always support avehicle with jack stands when you are going to be working on it with the tires off the ground. I would hate for some one to get hurt for not following general shop safety rules.
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Yes.... I used jack stands. Pulled the e brake handel all the way up and blocked the rear tires. General safety tip... Car falls on you, u die or end up hurt... So please always think about safety before you start turning wrenches.

When we pulled my axel nuts. I had the car in the air and took the tire off. I had my brother hold the brake pedal to the floor to keep the axel from spinning. I took my air impact and 36mm socket and started hammering on the nut. It cam off fairley easy. Only took about two minutes with the impact. Also remember there is a notch in the nut to prevent it from spinning off. I had to use a flat head screw driver and lift it up. good luck...

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