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Old 12-12-2012, 02:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Removing Rear Wheel Nut - What Size?

What tools do I need to remove the nut as seen in this picture for a 2013 mag bonniville?



I guess whatever size socket/wrench to remove the tire is what I need. Might as well get it all.

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Old 12-12-2012, 04:38 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Mag bonneville with spoked wheels!

My 2010 mag bonneville uses 24mm socket one side and 19mm spanner on the other side.
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Old 12-12-2012, 04:53 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Mag bonneville with spoked wheels!

My 2010 mag bonneville uses 24mm socket one side and 19mm spanner on the other side.
Sir is right.

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Mag bonneville with spoked wheels!

My 2010 mag bonneville uses 24mm socket one side and 19mm spanner on the other side.
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you can download an instruction sheet for the belt drive i installed at scootworks.com has all sizes + torques and instruction to install belt as well as a one piece chain not using a master it shows removing rear swingarm
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if you don't have metric spanners, 3/4" and 15/16" is a precise fit, matter of fact the latter fits snugger
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1/2 " whitworth is i think the snuggest fit. No rounding to the bolt head. Oh and just use a stilson on the other end!!
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if you don't have metric spanners, 3/4" and 15/16" is a precise fit, matter of fact the latter fits snugger
Ok I'll see what I have in standard. I bought the tools suggested but don't mind getting whatever is needed for proper fitment. I am building my collection.

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1/2 " whitworth is i think the snuggest fit. No rounding to the bolt head. Oh and just use a stilson on the other end!!
What is a stilson?

Gonna do shop tomorrow night.
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Ok I'll see what I have in standard. I bought the tools suggested but don't mind getting whatever is needed for proper fitment. I am building my collection.



What is a stilson?

Gonna do shop tomorrow night.
Askari is just having a little joke with you,a Stilson is a plumbers tool.

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Ok I'll see what I have in standard. I bought the tools suggested but don't mind getting whatever is needed for proper fitment. I am building my collection.



What is a stilson?

Gonna do shop tomorrow night.
A stilson is often called a pipe wrench and is not to be used on your pride and joy. It is about as far removed from a well fitting spanner as you can get!
At the end of the day the most important thing is fit. So if you only have an A/F spanner and it fits well, then use it.
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