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Thread: Jeep JK Wrangler Grade 8 Replacement Bolts - Do I Really Need Them?

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    Hey, a guy that actually takes some sarcastic criticism, rolls with the punches, does some additional research, and then admits he was wrong. Almost like finding a unicorn. 👍 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    Hey, a guy that actually takes some sarcastic criticism, rolls with the punches, does some additional research, and then admits he was wrong. Almost like finding a unicorn. 👍 😂

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    Thanks.
    "Unicorn". The first time I hear this word in English.
    Like "Corn","PopCorn", but "UniCorn". Sounds funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander View Post
    Thanks.
    "Unicorn". The first time I hear this word in English.
    Like "Corn","PopCorn", but "UniCorn". Sounds funny.
    Lol. You'll do just fine here. 🍻

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    And there in lies your problem.
    No shit, right.

    My wheel fell off cause I didn't tighten the lug nuts. Guess I should install bigger wheel studs now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    No shit, right.

    My wheel fell off cause I didn't tighten the lug nuts. Guess I should install bigger wheel studs now.


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    Just make sure they're grade 8.

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    metric vs imperial

    In fact the grade 8 "kit" was created to let people have fun playing a round with different size spanners, ratchets sockets and bolts......not to mention the torquewrench(s)...because everyone knows you don't torque metric and imperial (coarse or fine) the same way.

    I'm there and still have to find where i had stashed my metric bolts to revert......and have one (1) set of tools.....
    Just a 2.8 four banger diesel Jk Sahara with aev 2.5 dualsport xt lift and premium bumper and Cooper STT Pro in 33"......

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    I love this thread. This is the kind of conversation I need more of. 🤩


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