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Rear hub nut on a2003 hyundai elantra

What size is the rear hub nut on a 2003 hyundai elantra gls?

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Very wild guess. I replaced the bearings in my 2003, and was looking in my tool box. I came across a 1 1/4" socket that I purchased around the same time, but I realize that it should be the metric equivalent of this, so it probably did not fit perfectly. Metric conversion would be 31.75 mm.

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