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What size torx bit do I need for middle mount 2.4

 
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Old 19 Sep 2019, 08:16 pm
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Default What size torx bit do I need for middle mount 2.4

I know...I'm sure it's here somewhere but I haven't found it, and don't have a lot of time...I only go up to T50. It's the middle bolt, pass side. Also managed to break a finger breaking loose the strut mount bolts at the yard...socket flew off and I was wailing away and SLAM...the price we pay for this sometimes,

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Old 20 Sep 2019, 06:09 am
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Default Re: What size torx bit do I need for middle mount 2.4

If I recall corretly its a Tx55
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Old 20 Sep 2019, 08:13 am
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Awesome, thanks nj318,

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