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im new here so be nice i just need some info if anyone can help i recently took my front wheels of to replace my break pads and the wheel bolt had no thread and it looks like the heat from the really bad break pads had whelded the nuts in so im lookin for the thread size so i can buy a tap and die to thread the holes again so i can put my wheel back on with some new bolts my car is a punto 55sx p reg

any help would be much appreciated thxs
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12x1.25
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12x1.25
thx any idei where i could get a tap from that size i live in sheffield
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453 London Road, Heeley
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453 London Road, Heeley
Sheffield
S2 4HJ
machinemart. but probably have to buy a set. new hub may be cheaper and safer
new very pain in arse to fit been reading haynes manual got to remove nearly all axel and some kind of bearing that apparentley needs to be pressurised back into place would need to b a proffesional job and will cost a bomb if i can do it like this just by rethreading holes ill be happy but the price to replace hub outways the 300 i paid for the car but thank you very much for your help mate
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Re: wheel bolt thread size

its not so expensive
strip it all down yourself and get a local garage to press the bearing
then rebuild it back up yourself
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