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September 14, 2005, 09:51 AM

anyone know what size socket for the rear axle nut?


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September 14, 2005, 10:08 AM

That'll be 25mm.


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cool, thanks Woody


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No problemo. Now buy your broke ass a service manual.


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36mm


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According to the partsfiche...it's a 25 mm nut. wtf.


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The Ron Ayers number for the part its the same as TL's and some older Gixxers...


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25mm might work with a really big hammer.


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09141-25001


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WTF....


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September 14, 2005, 11:09 AM

25mm (M:25) is the size of the nuts inner dimension. It takes a 36mm socket to remove it. 18.5mm (H:18.5) is the height.

Same bolt as seen here… Removed many times.


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Thanks Bernie!! Makes more sense now...


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ok... so 36mm socket is what i need. oh and by the way, i have a manual which does not state anything about the size of that nut, SO



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Burn is right. I just installed it this afternoon on a 04.
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