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I just took my skid plate off last night on mine and realized it was SAE. Now you're saying that nuts/bolts and all are mixed up? What are things coming to?
 

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It drives me nuts also.. Never really know for sure what size it is.. I'm pretty good at eyeballing size.. But I can't tell metric or standard just by looking at it.. So I'm always walking back with one of each :(
 

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I'm soooo glad that this was put up

I thought that I was loosing it. Every time I was convinced that it was one way, I'd work on something different, and I'm have to change my mind....my wrenched quit fitting


so with that said....
ya, what they said....make up your mind!!!
 

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Metric OR SAE hardware, not both:rm_thumbdown:
Ever work on '80's GM cars? Luckily, they used to put a dab of white paint on the metric hardware. It was because of the Canadian influence on the vehicles that were built north of the border.
We were all really good in our repair shop, but late in the day, and poor lighting makes a 5/16-18 bolt look a lot like 8mm 1.25!
I have a question to all of those who think we should go metric: Will we go to a metric calendar? How about a metric clock? Let me know how that works out for you!
 

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Ive been slowly swapping out all my metric for SAE.. I cant do it for everything, but Ive accomplished enough that I can now do basic maintinance without too much swapping around.
 

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Will we go to a metric calendar? How about a metric clock? Let me know how that works

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