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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-18-2005 Thread Starter
 
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driveshaft?

anyone know what type of socket or wrench you use to remove the driveshaft from the rearend on a 88? weird looking bolts.

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its a 12 point bolt....the closed end of a wrench will work fine, i think its ether a 12 or 13 mm


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It is a 12 point bolt.I think it is a 12mm.
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it is a 12mm
that is correct

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They are either a star or hex nut. Sounds like a hex nut. If you don't have any, I suggest getting a set.
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12pt 12mm wrench

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its a 12 point 12 mm, only a wrench will fit in there so "double up" or bring a pipe, also heat the bolts with a small propane torch, they'll come out like butter.

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