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Common socket / wrench sizes?

Hey guys. Trying to get a toolbox together for the trunk. Only had the car for a short time, haven't worked on it much. From past experience, I know that most cars only use a select few sizes for all the bolts on the car. What are the common sizes used on the SRT-4?

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Hey guys. Trying to get a toolbox together for the trunk. Only had the car for a short time, haven't worked on it much. From past experience, I know that most cars only use a select few sizes for all the bolts on the car. What are the common sizes used on the SRT-4?

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10,13,15 and 18mm

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you can fix just about any problem with a 10 mm.

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I noticed working on the suspension that 15 and 18 is used a LOT!

What size is the spindle nut? Also, I think I've made use of a 13/16 in my suspension endeavors?

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and you said common..........
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What size is the spindle nut? Also, I think I've made use of a 13/16 in my suspension endeavors?
Everything on the car should be Metric, I believe the stock spindle nuts are 32mm.. someone chime in if im wrong im used to DSS spindle nuts..
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Jackstands.
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Someone should make a stick on this!

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Jackstands.
thats just your POS

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thats just your POS
So you've never used jackstands while working on your car?
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duct tape is the best tool it fixes everything get lots of it put it in ur trunk and youll be set forever...lol



But i agree with cuda340 them are the most common sizes
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Get this:
Amazon.com: KD 9260 Gear Wrench 6 Piece 8-Millimeter to 19-Millimeter Double Box Wrench Set: Home Improvement Amazon.com: KD 9260 Gear Wrench 6 Piece 8-Millimeter to 19-Millimeter Double Box Wrench Set: Home Improvement


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In my trunk I carry all sizes from 9mm to 32mm(axle) deep sockets. A few extensions and adapters. Plus a small Stanley tool kit for the small stuff, vice grips, some extra tubing and other common hand tools.


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I've been looking for a decent set of ratcheting wrenches. I may have to order those!
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So you've never used jackstands while working on your car?
yes but not for 5 years str8

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yes but not for 5 years str8
5 years what?

Car has only been on jackstands since 2007...by my count that is a tad bit over 4 years.
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