If you have a jeep, then this is an important question to ask yourself. Lug nuts can vary in size depending on the vehicle, so it’s important that you know what size your jeep’s lug nuts are before you remove them and replace them with new ones.
What size are Jeep lug nuts?
The jeep lug nuts are a standard size for jeeps. They measure 14mm and have an imperial thread of 19/32″ x 27tpi studs, which is the same as any other jeep nut or bolt that you might find on your jeep.
Lug nuts can vary in size depending on the vehicle, so it’s important that you know what size your jeep’s lug nuts are before you remove them and replace them with new ones. You’ll need to use a socket wrench to loosen these fasteners up from their position inside the wheel hub without losing either one. The socket also needs to be at least 18in long because there may not be enough room between the surface of the tire and where the jeep lug nut is fastened.
Why do I need to know the size of my Jeep’s lug nuts?
Knowing the jeep lug nut size can be important for a few reasons. The first reason is that you’ll know what to buy when it comes time to replace them, and second of all, you won’t end up stripping your jeeps lug nuts by using an incorrect sized socket wrench in order to loosen or tighten them inside their wheel hub where they’re located on each side of the jeep tire.
How can I find out what size my Jeep’s lug nuts are without taking them off?
If you’re not sure what size your jeep’s lug nuts are, there’s a quick and easy trick to finding out without removing them first. From the wheel well on either side of the jeep, look at where it meets with the axle housing that holds up one end of your jeep next to the tire. The bolts will be visible from this angle and tell you if they are 14mm or another size such as 12mm which have an imperial thread of 27/32″ x 19tpi studs that can also work in place for any jeep application as long as all other sizes remain consistent throughout.
You can also find what size your jeep lug nuts are by looking at the back of your tire’s wheel and reading the number that corresponds with its size – if it says “15/16” then you’ll want to get 15mm lug nuts, etc.
You can also look at the jeep lug nut itself to see what it says on its head.
What tools should I have before removing my Jeep’s lug nuts?
You’ll need to have a socket wrench and a ratchet in order to remove jeep lug nuts on any jeeps. You may also want to have the correct size socket which is 18in long for if you can’t reach into that wheel hub with what’s available on your jeep, but it would still be possible without going through trial and error first by using one of these two items instead.
A ratchet will work just fine by itself and can do all of these things also without needing another tool.