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Chrisc54
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Post by Chrisc54 on Wed 20 Sep 2017, 5:37 am

Morning all after adjusting my chain at the weekend the threads ripped out of the nut on the shaft
Its a 24mm nut but i cant seem to find anywhere that i can order a new one 
Does anyone have a link to where i can order one
Or does anyone know what size the thread in the nut is so i cam see if screwfix or somewhere like that had a nut thats the same
Cheers chris
skyerae
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Post by skyerae on Wed 20 Sep 2017, 6:19 am

I suggest trying Fowlers of Bristol, they will most likely have a new Honda nut, but with a hefty price tag. Just a word of caution though - never try to get a refund for spares from them................still trying to sort this out, from months back!!
Beresford
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Post by Beresford on Wed 20 Sep 2017, 10:32 am

What is the thread size? Certainly not 24. If you look on ebay for flange nuts you may find the right one (possibly in stainless steel too) if it is a standard metric thread.
ANDYC
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Post by ANDYC on Wed 20 Sep 2017, 11:26 am

I'm sure that I'll have one lying around. 
Is it just the nut or the spindle too?
I would suggest that if one has gone the other isn't going to be in such a good condition.
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Post by Fair Weather Rider on Wed 20 Sep 2017, 11:47 am

@ANDYC wrote:I'm sure that I'll have one lying around. 
Is it just the nut or the spindle too?
I would suggest that if one has gone the other isn't going to be in such a good condition.

I would go with you on this one Andy, best to change both, safety first.

Happy days.
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Post by Beresford on Wed 20 Sep 2017, 2:10 pm

Oops. Wrong topic.

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