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    I have a bag of “M151A2” lug nuts or that’s what the bag says. Can anyone verify that? Pics below:
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    3 each M35A2's 2 WO/W, 1 W/W:
    1972 M35A2 WO/W “Toys For Tots”, aka “Armadillo”
    1972 M35A2 WO/W “Tribute to Lt Col Ken Bourland”, aka “Warthog”
    1970 M35A2 W/W “War Wagon”, Vietnam War Gun Truck Tribute
    1 each M59 gasser dump truck
    2 each M211's 1 W/W, 1WO/W
    1 each M52A2 tractor
    1 each M1009
    1 each M37, with Dodge poly 318, hydraulic clutch
    1 each G506 Fire truck “Sparky”
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffhuey1n View Post
    I have a bag of “M151A2” lug nuts or that’s what the bag says. Can anyone verify that? Pics below:
    They look like m151a2 lug nuts to me. Are they 1/2” fine thread?
    m151a2, m1028s, m59 dump truck, m416, m101a2, m101a3, m104

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    A1 lug nuts are articulated, A2s are like your picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil Dr. Porkchop View Post
    They look like m151a2 lug nuts to me. Are they 1/2” fine thread?
    Yes, they are. I believe you are correct. I also have a number of the A1 type. Thanks!
    3 each M35A2's 2 WO/W, 1 W/W:
    1972 M35A2 WO/W “Toys For Tots”, aka “Armadillo”
    1972 M35A2 WO/W “Tribute to Lt Col Ken Bourland”, aka “Warthog”
    1970 M35A2 W/W “War Wagon”, Vietnam War Gun Truck Tribute
    1 each M59 gasser dump truck
    2 each M211's 1 W/W, 1WO/W
    1 each M52A2 tractor
    1 each M1009
    1 each M37, with Dodge poly 318, hydraulic clutch
    1 each G506 Fire truck “Sparky”
    USMC/USAF

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    Any chance you'd be willing to part with some A1 units?

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    Quote Originally Posted by easy View Post
    Any chance you'd be willing to part with some A1 units?
    I’ll dig around and see what I can find.
    3 each M35A2's 2 WO/W, 1 W/W:
    1972 M35A2 WO/W “Toys For Tots”, aka “Armadillo”
    1972 M35A2 WO/W “Tribute to Lt Col Ken Bourland”, aka “Warthog”
    1970 M35A2 W/W “War Wagon”, Vietnam War Gun Truck Tribute
    1 each M59 gasser dump truck
    2 each M211's 1 W/W, 1WO/W
    1 each M52A2 tractor
    1 each M1009
    1 each M37, with Dodge poly 318, hydraulic clutch
    1 each G506 Fire truck “Sparky”
    USMC/USAF

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    I found one stash (7 each) of the A1 lug bolts. I know I have more. Just have to find them again...
    here’s what I’ve got so far, assuming that these are the A1 lug nuts.
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    Last edited by jeffhuey1n; 06-02-2019 at 23:20.
    3 each M35A2's 2 WO/W, 1 W/W:
    1972 M35A2 WO/W “Toys For Tots”, aka “Armadillo”
    1972 M35A2 WO/W “Tribute to Lt Col Ken Bourland”, aka “Warthog”
    1970 M35A2 W/W “War Wagon”, Vietnam War Gun Truck Tribute
    1 each M59 gasser dump truck
    2 each M211's 1 W/W, 1WO/W
    1 each M52A2 tractor
    1 each M1009
    1 each M37, with Dodge poly 318, hydraulic clutch
    1 each G506 Fire truck “Sparky”
    USMC/USAF

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    Looks like them. Smaller, 7/16, than the A2 stud. Nut spins in the foot/base. That's my problem, they get full of crud and rust, then no spin. Broke a heavy duty thick walled socket getting one off. Weird that the stud didn't break.

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