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Does anyone know what size lug nuts we have?  I do not have a tire iron to fit it, so I'm going to have to buy one.  Also, has anyone switched to steel rims?  I'm wondering if the factory lugs will seat down correctly on a set of ITP steel wheels.  I am swapping between street and off road tires for seasonal use.  

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The Buck 400 takes a 19mm wrench.  To answer my own question, the stock conical lugs did well seating a set of ITP steel rims.  I'll throw up some pics later.  

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