Lug nuts


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rohny brimstone
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Lug nuts

Post by rohny brimstone » Sat Feb 02, 2019 12:58 pm



Hi all, think I'm really screwed,05 1800 non abs,went take my back wheel off.got 4 lug nuts off ok ,5th one stripped,was way too tight,bought bike used. so first tire change for me.i need HELP, please how can I get lug nut off ? Can I remove final drive and wheel together? I used a 19 mm deep well socket on it.

Thanks in advance



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MikeB
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Re: Lug nuts

Post by MikeB » Sat Feb 02, 2019 2:33 pm



Here is the description from the Amazon listing:
Roll over image to zoom in Craftsman Bolt-out 5 Piece Damaged Bolt/Nut Remover Set about $35 from Amazon. Also available at local stores.

Includes: #8 (14mm & 9/16-Inch), #9 (15mm), #10 (16mm & 5/8-Inch), #11 (17mm & 11/16-Inch) and #13 (19mm & 3/4-Inch)
Equipped to take on a larger range of bolts in engines, furnaces and appliances,
It features both ½ inch drive and hex external drives, get the right grip for optimum torque.
Machined with precision from hardened steel, and built to last.

This Bolt Remover Set Gets Tough Fasteners Moving Built from hardened steel and featuring a six-flute helical design, each piece in this Bolt-Out bolt remover set is designed to get stubborn, stripped fasteners spinning. Equipped to take on a larger range of bolts in engines, furnaces and appliances, it features both ½ inch internal and hex external drives so you can get the right grip for optimum torque. Machined with precision from hardened steel, and built to last, if you're serious about getting the job done right, toss this set in your tool box.


Here is another by Irwin that will work for you, about $25:


I am sure there are be other types of tools that will do the same thing.

Good Luck.
MikeB
Tacoma, WA, USA

rohny brimstone
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Re: Lug nuts

Post by rohny brimstone » Sat Feb 02, 2019 4:27 pm

Thanks Mike that's what I bought and worked perfectly

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MikeB
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Re: Lug nuts

Post by MikeB » Sat Feb 02, 2019 6:03 pm

Excellent. I'm happy it worked out.


MikeB
Tacoma, WA, USA

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