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    Stock Lug Size?

    I'm going to buy a new torque wrench and socket for changing my wheels. What's size socket will I need for the stock lug nuts?

    Thanks.

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    How about for the STi?
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    19mm or 3/4
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    Get a "deep" or at least "mid" length socket.
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