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Re: Oddball lug bolt pattern!
Hotrod Lincoln #1403172 Fri Mar 26 2021 09:18 PM
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I found it interesting when I had a wheel bearing get noisy on a Toyota Avalon. The wheel bearing is held on to the car with 4 bolts and nuts and the wheel is held to the wheel bearing with 5. ohwell


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Re: Oddball lug bolt pattern!
Wayne67vert #1403227 Sat Mar 27 2021 02:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Wayne67vert
I found it interesting when I had a wheel bearing get noisy on a Toyota Avalon. The wheel bearing is held on to the car with 4 bolts and nuts and the wheel is held to the wheel bearing with 5. ohwell
My Ford F250 has 4 studs and nuts holding the bearing hub on, and 8 lugs on the wheel.


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