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    Hey guys, its Liam Nuske

    Does anyone know the thread is on the Renault 10 wheel nuts?






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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordini61jr View Post
    Hey guys, its Liam Nuske

    Does anyone know the thread is on the Renault 10 wheel nuts?

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    Welcome Liam,

    I'm of the opinion the thread WAS on Renault wheel nuts.

    FWIW Such incidents of topic change, mid thread are rife on AF.

    So be aware and not alarmed
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    I’m going out to the garage shortly, I will see if the thread size and pitch of the wheel studs is listed in the R10 parts manual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordini61jr View Post
    Hey guys, its Liam Nuske

    Does anyone know the thread is on the Renault 10 wheel nuts?






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    12mm Dia x 1.25 pitch
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    Quote Originally Posted by renault8&10 View Post
    I’m going out to the garage shortly, I will see if the thread size and pitch of the wheel studs is listed in the R10 parts manual.

    ...I'm horrified you don't keep your workshop manuals on the bedside table What's the world coming too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 59 Floride View Post
    ...I'm horrified you don't keep your workshop manuals on the bedside table What's the world coming too?
    I have a manual inside, but I was going out to the garage anyhow to continue work on fabricating a wiring harness; and my parts books (which I thought more likely to have that info which it didn’t) are out in the garage.
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    Those that have workshop manuals/ parts manuals inside the house obviously don't have wives/parteners. Or if they do, how lucky are they to have some one that is broad minded, or is that understanding.
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    Liam,
    Also to be remembered is that, if using normal R8/10 rims you need the proper "wave washer" type wheel nut. These wheels require support around the bolt hole, or else you get rapid fatigue cracks at the hole. Shown is a damaged sample.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunroof View Post
    Those that have workshop manuals/ parts manuals inside the house obviously don't have wives/parteners. Or if they do, how lucky are they to have some one that is broad minded, or is that understanding.
    My wife was smart enough to realise what she was getting into. In her words “he was into cars and bikes before I met him, so I can hardly come in and expect to change him”. I sold the bike voluntarily, and have negotiated down to only two classic cars that are housed in the garage - no more cars on the driveway or shuffling cars around. But, the internal reference manuals remain!
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    thanks COL

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    thanks geckoeng I need to get flat wheel nuts for a Renault 10 thread, for some rims that aren't normal Renault rims.

    They are the gold Yokohama wheels.Renault 10 wheel nut thread-fullsizeoutput_290.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by geckoeng View Post
    Liam,
    Also to be remembered is that, if using normal R8/10 rims you need the proper "wave washer" type wheel nut. These wheels require support around the bolt hole, or else you get rapid fatigue cracks at the hole. Shown is a damaged sample.



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    Quote Originally Posted by renault8&10 View Post
    I’m going out to the garage shortly, I will see if the thread size and pitch of the wheel studs is listed in the R10 parts manual.


    Is that the parts catalogue, or the workshop manuel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunroof View Post
    Those that have workshop manuals/ parts manuals inside the house obviously don't have wives/parteners. Or if they do, how lucky are they to have some one that is broad minded, or is that understanding.


    I'm 15 and I keep Renault workshop manuals here there and everywhere, instead of normal books i read Workshop manuals. I guess because I'm the third generation i must be into Renault's.
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    I thought the parts book may have had it. The manual is unlikely to have that level of detail but in reality, neither had it.
    Renault Genuine books (manuals or parts books) have a specific code - eg PRxxx

    I've got those for a number of vehicles - R8; R10; R4 and possibly others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordini61jr View Post
    I'm 15 and I keep Renault workshop manuals here there and everywhere, instead of normal books i read Workshop manuals. I guess because I'm the third generation i must be into Renault's.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gordini61jr View Post
    I'm all about old cars (Renault) and I'm only 15



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    Quote Originally Posted by renault8&10 View Post
    I thought the parts book may have had it. The manual is unlikely to have that level of detail but in reality, neither had it.
    Renault Genuine books (manuals or parts books) have a specific code - eg PRxxx

    I've got those for a number of vehicles - R8; R10; R4 and possibly others.


    i've got the R4 parts catalogue, red r8 1100 workshop manual and a couple of dauphine gordini manual, and then the 750. I'm all set for reading material.

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    Hi Liam
    The nuts should have a taper into the wheels for security. Do your special wheels have a taper on the holes ?
    Love your buggy and will look at the Gordini later.
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    Welcome Liam. 15! and you like old Renault's. There's hope in the future for our old Renault's. Good onya grommet
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