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    Nothing but a Thing dcbjk's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    JK= 1/2 inch.

    JL= 14 mm.
    Thank WJCO thats good to know for future
    the guy at my tire shop said to go to carquest or O-Reillys and get new set of lug nuts with bigger flare so that they fit better on the wheels any advice on purchasing good quality new lug nuts will be appreciated as well
    Thabk you all for chiming in

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    Looks great, David!

    I just replaced both of my front unit bearings. The ones linked in Eddie’s writeup have short speed sensor wires. I have since learned there are bearings with longer wires. Just look up your year. If you still end up short, just re-route them, it’ll be fine.

    I personally found the job itself fairly easy. I only had to buy the socket for the axle nut. I think it was 36mm, but double check the unit bearing writeup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC Wrangler View Post
    Looks great, David!

    I just replaced both of my front unit bearings. The ones linked in Eddie’s writeup have short speed sensor wires. I have since learned there are bearings with longer wires. Just look up your year. If you still end up short, just re-route them, it’ll be fine.

    I personally found the job itself fairly easy. I only had to buy the socket for the axle nut. I think it was 36mm, but double check the unit bearing writeup.

    https://wayalife.com/showthread.php/...ement-Write-Up
    Thanks man I love em so far and thank you for the advice on the unit bearings

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    So I have a question for the Wayalife community what is a good lug nut solution to make it where the lug nuts properly seal onto the JL rubicon wheels.
    Any and all advice is much appreciated as im not finding much help within my research.
    And GO

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