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Old 10-28-2019, 03:27 PM   #1
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Question Jayco Baja 154BH Tire Lug Nut Size & Websites

Got a new Jayco Baja 154BH. I am coming up with a 3/4" Wheel Lug Nut Size. Does this seem about right? Next I have to buy a breaker bar and torque wrench. Does anyone know of an on-line RV/Tools website for discounted $$$. I am close to a Harbor Freight. Also, very interested in a web vendor for RV parts and accessories. Any suggestions.
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Got a new Jayco Baja 154BH. I am coming up with a 3/4" Wheel Lug Nut Size. Does this seem about right? Next I have to buy a breaker bar and torque wrench. Does anyone know of an on-line RV/Tools website for discounted $$$. I am close to a Harbor Freight. Also, very interested in a web vendor for RV parts and accessories. Any suggestions.
My 195RB had 3/4 inch nuts, but you might want to check the nuts holding the spare tire (bigger).
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When we bought our first TT I would pack some of my tools from home to take along. Pretty quickly I learned that I hadn’t thought of or forgot something that I would need. I started building my “travel” tool kit with stuff largely from HF. To your point I have a long breaker bar and torque wrench from there and find they work well on my 115 ft# lug nuts. While not the highest quality I’ve not failed any of the hand tools that I carry. Sorry, but I can’t comment on your lug nut size.
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Based on my experience in addition to the breaker bar and torque wrench you should buy deep sockets ( the long ones, about 3 inches) as the lug nus are set back inside the tire so you will need a longer one to get to the nuts and not round them off.

this is the one I got and it has been fine to tighten hitch nuts and worked fine
Pittsburgh Professional1/2 in. Drive 25 in. Professional Breaker Bar
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Got a new Jayco Baja 154BH. I am coming up with a 3/4" Wheel Lug Nut Size. Does this seem about right? Next I have to buy a breaker bar and torque wrench. Does anyone know of an on-line RV/Tools website for discounted $$$. I am close to a Harbor Freight. Also, very interested in a web vendor for RV parts and accessories. Any suggestions.
Harbor Freight has some decent tools for the do-it-yourselfer. A 1/2" breaker bar, torque wrench, and a set of 1/2" impact sockets will take care of whatever size lug nuts you'll need.

There's a lot of online sites for RV items, like E Trailer, Amazon, Tweety's, and Dyers, just to name a few off the top of my head. Are you looking for anything in particular?
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I bought a 24" breaker bar, a torque wrench and 3 or 4 inch extension from Harbour Freight. Already had deep sockets (1 for wheel lugs, 1 for removing the spare from the tire bracket) and a jack.

I can attest to them working well. Don't ask me how I know.
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