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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-28-2009, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone know the axle nut size on the rear of a 2004 Rancher AT, looks like 28MM but have seen a couple post where they say 20MM and 30MM? I am pretty sure the front is 20MM

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Anyone know the axle nut size on the rear of a 2004 Rancher AT, looks like 28MM but have seen a couple post where they say 20MM and 30MM? I am pretty sure the front is 20MM
I just pulled one off minutes ago on a 2006 rancher and it was 30 mm.
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I just pulled one off minutes ago on a 2006 rancher and it was 30 mm.
How hard was yours to remove and did you have to heat it? Also, did you use any threadlock when you put it back on?

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How hard was yours to remove and did you have to heat it? Also, did you use any threadlock when you put it back on?
its easy to take off and i never do because mine have a cotter pin the go through them once there on so i never worry about mine coming off. Both my 03 and 2000 rancher are 30mm
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The front is a 22mm socket just so you know.



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The front is a 22mm socket just so you know.
Thanks for the info!

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My 05 350 is a 30mm on rear. I had to break out the impact to get it off.

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