19 mm with the chrome cover on, 18mm or 3/4" if the cover comes off
I had to soak in PB Blaster and then still cut off with a chisel and replace the stud on one of mine.
Just another old fart in a Jeep... watchout younguns!!!
RC LA, IRO 6 in springs, OTK, Bilsteins, Aussie, Eaton, RCV's, 242-SYE, hidden winch, JCR Stage 3, skidded and trussed & sleeved
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Take it to firestone and ask if they can bust it free... same thing happened when I did me lift, just left mine off for a couple blocks.
Do the world a favor, hurt a honda...
Iro 3" lift with pro comp 9000es shocks, adjustable trackbar, led rock lights, all interior lights converted to leds, two 10" kicker comp with Kenwood 600 watt amp
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I think they were on crack the day they came up with those things, I had the same problem. Took a tire shop to get the last 5 off and one of them was so bad we weren't sure they were going to get it but it finally came. 19mm with the garbage caps or 18mm if it's off. I bought a whole new set of 3/4's off eBay for cheap so I'm finally rid of the issue.
When I had one like that, I ended up pounding a socket on it. It came loose finally, but the lug nut was stuck in there. Ended up getting it out after a few minutes. Hats off to Stanley tools. I expected it to split, but I was desparate.
Ive hammered on sockets. Internal torx work sometimes. A simple easyout too. Ive also used an air hammer to walk them looser. For outset lugs i like to slice them open then peel them off with the air hammer. Just remember to torque the new one going back on.....