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Torq on rear wheel

Hi! I'm in the garage, and trying to loose the rear wheel nut. But the thing won't move one bit!! What is the torq setting on this? And I guess it's left treads on this?

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I think everyone has had trouble at some point in MV ownership trying to get that nut undone . The first time I tried it was a three person job, big fella's, a long bar and a 4lb hammer . We put the bar under pressure and hit it with the hammer to 'shock' it undone .

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I think everyone has had trouble at some point in MV ownership trying to get that nut undone . The first time I tried it was a three person job, big fella's, a long bar and a 4lb hammer . We put the bar under pressure and hit it with the hammer to 'shock' it undone .
Ok, so it's just raw muscle thats needed

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Mine once needed couple of mins of impact gun to loosen the nut. Best of luck:thumbup:
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Delta may I suggest your next two tool purchases are a new spare wheel socket and a rattle gun, it does save a hell of a lot of grief.

But don't use it to do the nut back up.

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I watched my mechanic shear a 1/2" pry bar in half when trying to remove it for the first time. I was shocked!

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Thanks all! Then it's the Impact gun next And I don't going to use it when it's going back on

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This is how it looks, for now
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I had my share of fun when I went to change out the rear tire on my new (to me) SPR....here's a link to the saga:

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...ight=Shock+awe

I have the tool (never needed it again!) and wil happily loan it out if needed.

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