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Old 04-12-2013, 07:37 PM   #1
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Axle nut size

I want to remove my front and back wheel off an 07 r6 anyone know the size socket I would need. I'm still searching but haven't had any luck. Thanks for the help
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You can go to sears with your bike, and ask a sales person to walk with you to see if they fit. Worked for me.
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You can go to sears with your bike, and ask a sales person to walk with you to see if they fit. Worked for me.
Good idea but I already took some parts off of it.
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I guess I could always buy a few different sizes and return the ones I don't need
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32mm or you could get by with 1 1/4
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32 mm and 90 ft/ lb torque
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32 mm and 90 ft/ lb torque
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