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Old 10-18-2007, 08:45 PM
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Need help interpreting sizes from Hustler Manual

I'm fairly adept at using hand tools, although I'm having trouble figuring out what size some of these nuts are.

When I go to Home Depot, for instance, what size heads am I trying to find for my ratchets?

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NT .750-10 HX NL ZN
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FITTING, STR-8MORB/HEX PLUG
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Old 10-19-2007, 05:09 PM
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These are standard hardware type items, any average socket or wrench set will have what you need.
The bolt is 3/4 (.750) - 10, so I believe the socket or wrench would be a 1-1/8 I believe...
The drain plug is std also, although I cant recall what size at this moment.
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Old 10-20-2007, 08:14 PM
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These are standard hardware type items, any average socket or wrench set will have what you need.
The bolt is 3/4 (.750) - 10, so I believe the socket or wrench would be a 1-1/8 I believe...
The drain plug is std also, although I cant recall what size at this moment.
The 3/4" nut he is talking about takes a 1 1/8" socket and the 1/2" drain plug on the hydraulic reservoir takes a 7/8" socket.
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