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Resolved 1G - Crash beam/bumper nut size

DreamChaser7

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Jul 18, 2019
Valrico, Florida
Anyone know off rip what size nuts I need for the crash beam/bumper studs on a 1GB. Size and thread pitch? Took these off like 10 years ago and not sure where they are at the moment so need to buy some to mount brackets for my rotisserie. Have adapter brackets being made that will attach to what’s here in photos.

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pauleyman

DSM Wiseman
8,568
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Nov 19, 2011
oklahoma city, Oklahoma
The dealer parts software has been available to us for decades.
Used to be called CAPS. Now its ASA.
Somebody else will have to point the way. I've actually been looking for a clean download site myself recently but I rarely need it. I just call JNZ.
I would actually like to know for windows 11. Haven't bothered to look that hard.
 

Dericsh

Supporting Member
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767
Nov 25, 2002
Pearl River, Louisiana
Just to add a tip, what I would have done. If you have a thread chaser or tap and die kit, you could use that to kind of compare the size and threads with the tap and then make sure the die screws on to verify.
 

DreamChaser7

Supporting VIP
264
207
Jul 18, 2019
Valrico, Florida
The dealer parts software has been available to us for decades.
Used to be called CAPS. Now its ASA.
Somebody else will have to point the way. I've actually been looking for a clean download site myself recently but I rarely need it. I just call JNZ.
I would actually like to know for windows 11. Haven't bothered to look that hard.
So I actually have the ASA on my laptop but haven’t used it in a while. It’s some pretty antiquated software and to me not very user friendly and half of the time I can’t find what I’m looking for in there. Honestly didn’t even think to look there before I posted the question as I thought someone would readily have the answer. Thanks for the info though.
 

pauleyman

DSM Wiseman
8,568
3,005
Nov 19, 2011
oklahoma city, Oklahoma
So I actually have the ASA on my laptop but haven’t used it in a while. It’s some pretty antiquated software and to me not very user friendly and half of the time I can’t find what I’m looking for in there. Honestly didn’t even think to look there before I posted the question as I thought someone would readily have the answer. Thanks for the info though.
I would take the time to use it. I can access anything very quickly and cross reference other models. Very handy for junkyard shopping. It does take time to learn how. Not sure if there are any tutorials.
 
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