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Old 09-04-2009, 01:46 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by shady3031 View Post
Mine was doing the same thing and I didn't care for THAT much slop so I got to looking and found that a lot of it is coming from the wheel hexes, not the wheel nuts. But the actual hex where the pin goes through. Swapped them out for some other 17mm hexes from another vehicle and its a ton better, still has the slop from the suspension just not the wheel wobble
Agreed - fitted xray ones and whole lot better
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