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    Hi just wondering if anyone new what size the rear hub nut is on the corsa, as the biggest i have is a 22mm socket which is no where near big enough, also whats the correct torque in nm to put them back on cheers
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    anyone know ? want to go buy the correct size socket tomorrow

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    27mm

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    ok cheers for that, also do you need to put a new nut on when you take the old one off ?? or is the old one fine to go back on, whats the torque setting for the hub nut aswel ? thanks

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    Hub nut is 27mm. The original one will be fine, torque setting is 175Nm(129lb.ft)
    I drive a Corsa D and a race car

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_s View Post
    Hub nut is 27mm. The original one will be fine, torque setting is 175Nm(129lb.ft)

    Cheers Mate !

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