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Old 10-02-2010, 03:43 PM   #1
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Fog Lamp Mounting Bolt

Anyone know what the size of the nut is on the mounting bolt under the front bumper for the stock fog lamps on a 2001 TJ?

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Old 10-02-2010, 04:29 PM   #2
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What do you do buy one wrench at a time? Get a couple of sets and carry them out to the vehicle.

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Old 10-02-2010, 08:10 PM   #3
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Or just buy a Crescent wrench and struggle with it,if you are that cheap!Jeez,you can buy a full set of cheap wrenches @Harbor Freight or Northern Tool for $20.00 or less!Besides,if you are planning on owning a Jeep,you will definately have to work on it occasionally!
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I have been working on my own vehicles for over 40 years and learned long ago good tools are well worth it
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Hahah easy now...
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@Atthehop-I totally agree!I,have been a professional mechanic,and a professional car audio technician in the past,and most of mine say Snap-On!I was just being sarcastic to the post!Having trouble understanding the whole 1 wrench theory!
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@Atthehop-I totally agree!I,have been a professional mechanic,and a professional car audio technician in the past,and most of mine say Snap-On!I was just being sarcastic to the post!Having trouble understanding the whole 1 wrench theory!
Went into management at the dealer where I worked years ago and into Corporate life for the #1 car rental company quite a while ago and only turn wrenches on my own vehciles now. Getting tired of it but hate paying someone to do what I can do.
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100% agree with all of the above, get some tools! It's a 1/2" on mine.
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Went into management at the dealer where I worked years ago and into Corporate life for the #1 car rental company quite a while ago and only turn wrenches on my own vehciles now. Getting tired of it but hate paying someone to do what I can do.
I actually find working on my Jeep enjoyable

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