Steeda Strut Nut Sockets Now Available

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555-8910 – Steeda Strut Nut Socket – 17mm
555-8911 – Steeda Strut Nut Socket – 18mm
555-8912 – Steeda Strut Nut Socket – 19mm
555-8913 – Steeda Strut Nut Socket – 21mm
555-8914 – Steeda Strut Nut Socket – 22mm
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Great piece of hardware for an affordable price!
 

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Could have used that like 4 weeks ago lol
 

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What sizes are required for the S550? Thanks.
 

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I had no idea anything like this even existed..LOL
 

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Found the thread that has the info. 21mm fr & 19mm rear.
 
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what does this do a regular socket cant? i see the opening but not sure how it plays a part
 

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That is so you can get an allen wrench on top of the stud to hold it in place while you turn the nut. Without this, the best way is to use a ratcheting box wrench and allen wrench. That works pretty well, but this will work better.
 

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That is so you can get an allen wrench on top of the stud to hold it in place while you turn the nut. Without this, the best way is to use a ratcheting box wrench and allen wrench. That works pretty well, but this will work better.
ah duh i see now
 

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Had to make my own with a deep socket and a Bridgeport.

Nice to see you don't have to go all MacGyver if you don't want to. :D
 

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Found the thread that has the info. 21mm fr & 19mm rear.
I just want to correct this. I was looking for this information and came across this post. The nut holding the rear mount to the strut is 15mm not 19mm. I found an install video that made reference to 15mm nut and I checked my 2017 which is 15mm.
 

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