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Old 01-02-2013, 08:14 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Hi Vitesse,

Yes the nut is a 46mm hex with stake ( basically exactly the same) the exception is that it is 1mm thinner than the Triumph nut, viewed from side on, if that makes any sense.

That is why I used a couple of washers to pack the nut out from the recessed hub otherwise you would not be able to get a socket onto it.

My bike is 01, not sure if 06 uses the same size axle

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I believe it does, Thanks
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Old 01-02-2013, 11:58 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Thanks for the research, Dan. For people in the US, Fastenal sells a 35x45x2mm shim for $2.18 that should be the perfect thing to be able to get your wrench on the Honda part. I'll probably go with this setup next time I have to have the hub off. (Thankfully, that's probably a year or so away!)

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Old 01-03-2013, 11:37 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Kit, can you do the 'Moderator' thing and get this info to Panther's Dens' parts thread in the blogs?
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Kit, can you do the 'Moderator' thing and get this info to Panther's Dens' parts thread in the blogs?
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I bought my bike with 3200 miles. After 12k I checked the rear bearings. First look at the nut and noticed it was never staked at all. Oops.
Cant imagine why someone would have had it off and a new one on within 3200 miles so im guessing it never was from the factory. ???
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Kit, can you do the 'Moderator' thing and get this info to Panther's Dens' parts thread in the blogs?
Done.

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