Question about 1983 Chevrolet Silverado
Yes,and no.There are tabs bent over from behind the nut.Bend these tabs straight so the nut can turn.If it had a lock,and you removed it,then there will be no tab.You can buy a special wrench,or use a chisel and a hammer to turn the nut.A socket is easier,but it can be done this way.they will be a washer behind the nut,and another nut,then you are home free.I hope this was helpful.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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