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What size wheel nut indicators do I need for my vehicle?

03 December 2021
Brendan Clayton

What size wheel nut indicators do I need for my vehicle?

Here in this article we cover off on the popular mine-spec vehicles and what size wheel nut indicators they need

Here at Industroquip we often get asked, questions like “What size wheel nut indicators do I require on my Hilux?” and many other vehicle makes and models on the Australian market.

So in this article we are going to discuss this in further detail and try and explain what size wheel nut indicators your mine-spec vehicle requires.

Some of the most popular Ute’s and other light vehicles in Australia are the Hilux, Mazda BT50, D-Max, Ranger, Patrol, Navara Land Cruiser and Triton so below we go over each of these and what size wheel nut indicator they require, however over the years things can change with different makes and models so it may be wise to check measure before ordering if possible.

The list of vehicles and sizes of wheel nut indicators is as follows:

VW Amarok – The VW Amarok takes 19mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Isuzu D-Max – The D-Max Ute takes 19mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Ford Ranger – Ford Ranger ute’s take 19mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Holden Colorado – The Holden Colorado takes 19mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Toyota Hilux – The Toyota Hilux takes 21mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Toyota Prado – The Prado takes 21mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Mazda BT50 – The Mazda BT50 takes 21mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Nissan Patrol – The Nissan Patrol takes 21mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Nissan Navara – The Navara takes 21mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Mitsubishi Triton – The Mitsubishi Triton takes 21mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Toyota Land Cruiser – The Toyota Land Cruiser (including the 70 Series) takes 22mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Land Rover Defender – The Defender usually takes 27mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Iveco 4X4’s – The Iveco light trucks takes 27mm Wheel Nut Indicators

Of course we haven’t covered all light vehicles and ute’s used in the mining industry as yet but we do intend to cover off on other brands in future learning hub articles.

As mentioned above this is to be used as a guide and we cannot guarantee the accuracy as models evolve and change over the years and decades

Thank you for reading, we trust this was helpful to you, if there is any further questions you would like covered in these articles please reach out to the author mentioned above on 1300554192.

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