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I am converting to radial calipers, and wanted to ask you all about the part circled on this diagram. Do i need this part to attached the axle to the wheels? if so, does anyone have one for sale. Thanks in advance.
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That is actually the left side axel nut. It is internally threaded.

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You'd need the matching axle as well. I don't see why you'd have one without the other. There are plenty for sale on ebay right now with both pieces. I see one for $50
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I haven't had a chance to piece everything together yet since i have been traveling, but it seems i have the axle, the spacers, and that's it.

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if you want to spend the money there is a light weight axle and nut for sale at TPO parts for around $250
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Thanks for the option #2, but that is almost what i spent on the monobloc calipers! I might just order the right part from Star Twin. I just ordered some lubrication system parts from them, and they were great to work with.

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How are you converting to radial calipers? If you are changing fork bottoms, your axle needs may change.

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Not if you have these bottoms........and they fit 310mm or 320mm discs too
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I picked up a new set of forks from an F4R. I spoke with Noel last night, and i will look around for that specific nut, and probably pick up another complete axle. Anyone have one they want to sell?

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