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Old 04-30-2009, 06:49 PM
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I have a question...Does anyone know what kind of lug bolts are on a 2000 s-type?and is it a item that I can get at a parts store or do I have to go to the dealer?I recently lost one and want to replace it.any and all information in this matter would be greatly appreciated..Thanks
Old 05-01-2009, 07:35 AM
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CDUB, are you talking about the nut that holds the tire to the car or are you talking about the male threaded stud that is part of the hub? If you are only talking about the nut, then that is a dealership only item more than likely because of the rubber grommet on the backside. If you are talking about the stud, then that should be able to be gotten at any parts store. If you are installing a stud, then make sure that you get the stud installed all the way. They are pressed into place and you need to make sure that it is seated all the way. Not a hard job, but, if not done properly can lead to major problems.
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thanks for the reply..I was talking about the nut that holds the whell on..I was afraid it was a dealer only item..thank you for the help
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