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Driveshaft nut... the one on the output shaft from the transfer case.

Discussion in 'Georgia' started by Glockster22, Sep 13, 2020.

  1. Sep 13, 2020 at 7:30 AM
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    Glockster22

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    I replaced the u joints on my 2005 4x4 tacomas and somehow lost one of the 11mm, 1x30 nuts for the front connection. I know it's a longshot, but, Im in the Buford, suwanee area. Anyone got one?

    Local dealers are out, or not open today.
     
  2. Sep 13, 2020 at 10:12 AM
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    Id pop one off and take it to your local auto parts store and see if they can measure it and maybe they’ll have one for you
     
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    Did that, well, hit ace hardware's fastener section. Lots of 10mm and 12. No 11mm. Everything else was closed. Thanks for the idea though!
     
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    11mm is oddball metric diameter. No one is going to have one on the shelf.

    You're better off waiting for Monday and getting one from the dealer.


    Or, here are a couple you can get from Fastenal.

    https://www.fastenal.com/product/fa...read+Size&selectedAggregation=Dia/Thread+Size

    https://www.fastenal.com/product/fa...read+Size&selectedAggregation=Dia/Thread+Size

    Those are the standard coarse and fine threads for the 11mm nut. I didn't really understand what thread pitch you meant by 11mm, 1x30.
     
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    One of the 4 that connects the front of the driveshaft to the T case? I have one, but im in VA
     
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    Yeah those are the ones... I'll just hit the dealer tomorrow.

    Thanks.
     
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    You can replace them with 7/16" grade 8 bolts and nuts.
     
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    I ended up having a set from a local dealer. Funny story... just this past weekend I pulled the 2 rear most skid plates... among the mud and rocks that fell was the nut. I had done this when I lost it and found nothing. I think it was in the frame cross member and finally rattled close enough to a hole to fall out... now I have an extra set.
     
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