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    Default Removing front wheel help

    Anyone have the part number or name of the tool used to remove the wheel, it's some kind of inverted nut socket.
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    Ryan

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    I use a hex bolt and 2 nuts on the bolt. Rear as well. But im not a Tool Junkie. Working fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketracer View Post
    Anyone have the part number or name of the tool used to remove the wheel, it's some kind of inverted nut socket.
    Thanks for any help
    Ryan
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    I also use 2 nuts on a bolt for the front . Rear I use a spark plug socket backwards .
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1r View Post
    I also use 2 nuts on a bolt for the front . Rear I use a spark plug socket backwards .
    Nice.

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