what size is the nut on front wheel bearing on a 2001 grand am

Asked by Apr 15, 2013 at 04:40 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Am GT

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The axle nut is 36mm. The three bolts are 1/2" - 13mm. Turn the wheel to get to thebolts. Keep the wheel straight to remove the hub and mind the sensor wires. You'll rip them off if it drops. -- Here's one I did in the wet. I used a Kero-sun heater to keep the tools warm.

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Dude you're everywhere thank you!!! I need new ones cause they are probably factory, I had a shop do the left side because apparently I'm not he man..And I don't want to pay for this one so I might have to strip them in the process, where may I buy new ones???

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Bolts I mean

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50

36mm my ass, that will round your nuts off!

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