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What is the size of the nut on a 05 ford escape, on the crank sha

I tried to do my brakes and i was going to change my rotors, and i had a 1 1/4 socket and it was to small i ask a part s guy he gave me the deer in the head lights look

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  • scottbeutner Jan 10, 2009

    no the nut on the crank shaft right after u take the brake caliber off to take the rotor off i tried to use a 1 1/4 but it was to small

  • scottbeutner Jan 10, 2009

    it's 7mm and i know that i need the axle shaft nut to take the rotor off

  • scottbeutner Jan 10, 2009

    the axle shaft nut size sorry to take rotor off

  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd May 11, 2010

    ROFLMAO

  • Hayward Cowan May 11, 2010

    Which nuts are you referring to and do you want to know the thread size and pitch or the socket size ?

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Try a 32 mm., when you replace it be sure to torque it to specs.

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You don't need to remove the big center nut to do brakes.
You need a 9mm allen wrench.

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Once you remove the caliper and bracket the rotor comes off. the center nut is for the axle shaft and doesn't get removed.

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    warlock61 Jan 10, 2009

    Like I said earlier and rockitman also said, you don't need to remove the axle nut to remove the rotor

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