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Old 03-08-2014, 02:24 PM   #1
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Honda swing arm nut removal tool needed

I have a 2013 Honda CBR600RR and need to remove the swing arm.

Does anyone have access to the Honda swing arm lock nut wrench, which is Part Number 07908-4690003?

Or you know someone that has this tool for sale.

Please text me at 713-417-594 eight.

Many thanks.

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Old 03-08-2014, 02:38 PM   #2
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You can't just use a 17mm hex bit for the inner bolt?
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Is it a castle nut? I hate those haha
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You can't just use a 17mm hex bit for the inner bolt?
It's a 14mm allen head and I have this for the inner pivot adjusting bolt.

The tricky swing arm pivot nut is the larger, outter nut that sits around the inner bolt with the allen head. Honda strongly suggests using the special 4-prong Honda $40 tool to remove this properly.
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Old 03-08-2014, 02:50 PM   #5
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Yeah if its the castle nut make sure you use the right tool
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Old 03-08-2014, 02:53 PM   #6
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Yeah if its the castle nut make sure you use the right tool
I believe it is. Straight sucks. I don't like the idea of purchasing a $40 tool to use it one time. WTF Honda?
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Old 03-08-2014, 02:59 PM   #7
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Yep it is. My buddy might have one still from when he rebuilt his bike
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Old 03-08-2014, 03:03 PM   #8
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I think he lost it but call wild west honda ask for bill in parts,+1 281-392-8850 ask him for the motohouston discount he will help u out
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Make your own...... go to a shop and look thru the tool bin.... take it home and use a 'hack saw' to make the cuts..... Old V4 Honda's use the same type set-up.... Who wants to spend 40.00 bucks on a "tool" for a 30 year old bike....????

Google "Honda swing are tool"..........
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Why the don't they just use a regular piece of hardware like any other manufacturer?
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Punch and mallet?
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Punch and mallet?
The punch and mallet will jack up the nut. I don't want to bust my nut.
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Punch and mallet?
Def do not use a punch and mallet.
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Well...how much is a new nut? Less than 40 dollars?
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Well...how much is a new nut? Less than 40 dollars?
You still have to torque it down when you reassemble.
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use a socket and cut it to fit the nut
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i wonder if one of those gator grip wrenches would do it...
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I think them gator grips only go up to a 19mm I had one it kinda sucked
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Autozone has a few castle nut tools in their rental program. It's up to you to look through their website to make sure it's the right one since they have no clue.
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