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scion xb aftermarket rims

Hi All Picked up xb at good price but lug wrench or socket does not fit in to hole asked owner he did not know he never took tires off if anyone knows who makes these rims or what would be used to take lug nuts off Thanks
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Hi

I'm moving this thread to the xB forum where you could get an answer
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#3800 "3/4 & 13/16" HEX

The HEX refers to the two sizes at the end for a lug wrench. The first two lines are EXACTLY what is on the socket.

Just bought an Echo with the same lug nuts.

6 semi-circular internal dimples (in the socket, evenly spaced), otherwise round and very small diameter outside.

My nephew has another one that works so they are fairly common. Check local parts store, might get lucky.
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This is like the one I have.
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Spline drive socket for tuner lugs. Always a good time.

I would recommend getting a tuner lug-nut with a hex key opening rather then the spline style. Those spline keys get discontinued and replaced with something new all the time. a hex key never goes out of production.

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