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Thanks LPH-5. But, I'm talking about the two studs sticking out of the top that you attach the wires to. I took the nuts off of my S/G when I cleaned it up to paint it. Now I can't find them. I had to take the nuts off of a S/G on another tractor, and have to replace them now. None of the nuts I have seem to fit on the studs, so I'm not sure what size they are. I really don't want to have to lug that heavy sucker into the hardware store with me to find the right size nuts.

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