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Crown Automotive Spindle Nut Socket Driveline and Axles Crown Automotive Spindle Nut Socket Driveline and Axles

Crown Automotive Spindle Nut Socket Driveline and Axles

Crown Automotive Spindle Nut Socket Driveline and Axles Crown Automotive Spindle Nut Socket Driveline and Axles
$ 15.97

Score By Feature

Based on 49 ratings
Sturdiness
6.96
Value for money
6.67

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Product Description

It is a direct replacement
Constructed to a high standard
Products of the highest quality
You can enhance your vehicle's style, comfort, and functionality with these accessories
The product is long-lasting and durable

Questions & Answers

Can you tell me the exact size of Do you know if it will work on my 100 series Land Cruiser/Lexus LX470's spindle nuts?

I am using it for a 1995 Toyota The socket is made of stamped metal. I was able to complete the task with the tool.

It has a measurement of 2 "1/8, right?

Yes, I am aware of that. Specify the socket Spindle nut The following are the requirements for 2 Nut with a 1/8" diameter.

Can you tell me what size the drive is? This is not in the description, why is that so?

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Selected User Reviews For Crown Automotive Spindle Nut Socket Driveline and Axles

This tool will fix your Toyota 4runner perfectly! I say yes! There is a 54mm big fat socket I would need to rebuild the front wheel bearings in my 4runner
5/5

A size like this is 2 & 12 inches There's an almost impossible chance it won't The dremel on the 4runner is about the exact same size as the NUTS on the spindle, thus I had to file it up with a hand-file. I thought the price was fair for the tool. My connector was 3/4" or 1/2", and I had to use an adapter to connect it. I don't own a torque wrench that would fit whatever it was. This will work on the 4runner if you need the socket to replace the one on your car. I'm pleased with the stamping on the steel, not some finely finished product.

Makayla McKinney
Makayla McKinney
| Oct 01, 2020
Spline nut did not fit perfectly, and it needed to be hammered on
3/5

In the same way as other reviewers, I was looking forward to using this on my Toyota We had to hammer the socket into place in order to make it fit. This is a real pain. There is a high cost associated with this It's sort of a piece of crap, to be honest. Take the better route and avoid this.

Elise Morrison
Elise Morrison
| Nov 25, 2020
The sockets on this page are for the FJ80 Spindle Nut
5/5

The size of the ring is In my opinion, if your front feels a bit loose, you might want to dress it up a little, rather than be too loose. I think the price is fair for what you get.

Aila O’SULLIVAN
Aila O’SULLIVAN
| Mar 21, 2021
The 1992 Toyota pickup 4wd is compatible with the part
4/5

I can use this on a 1992 Toyota pickup 4wd except, as stated in previous comments, the inside edge of the socket needs to be filed down to pass through A filing tool such as an electric file would be faster than a metal file.

Zakai Ray
Zakai Ray
| Mar 13, 2021
Grinding is necessary to make it fit
4/5

This socket did not fit when I purchased it because I read it needs to be ground down. In my opinion, the powder coat is too thick and should be ground away. The rest of the program works just.

Zaiden PRITCHARD
Zaiden PRITCHARD
| Jun 23, 2021
Basically, a 10mm socket is walking away by itself
5/5

I used it for the first time and it was great. I had it once again, but lost it one time before I had time to use it.

Calliope Rivera
Calliope Rivera
| Dec 14, 2020
The fit is too close
3/5

The tool was too tight and I had to file some to clear it, then repaint, and add about 20ths of tolerance to it.

Brooklynn Pham
Brooklynn Pham
| Oct 03, 2020
To make sure the piece fits properly, it must be ground or filed down on the inside
3/5

In a 1/2" drive, it also was the cheapest option.

Armani Maloney
Armani Maloney
| Oct 10, 2020

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