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Axel Nut Tool

I have the SpeedyMoto combo nut tool (rear and front axel nuts). I cant seem to fit this one on the nut on the sprocket side. (yes, I removed the retainer clip )


What tool are you you guys using get the nut off the sprocket side??

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The sprocket side nut may be damaged.The tool should fit both sides as they are the same size.


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I doubt it's damaged on both bikes. I think the inner spanner is interfering with the axel (i.e. that little lip) because it feels like its rocking when I try to seat it. The outer edge where the flutes are is not even in contact with the nut teeth.

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Who moved this thread to the "Gear" thread?

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Interferance

Here is a picture of the interference.
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Who moved this thread to the "Gear" thread?
I did, it is about a tool after all.

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Here is a picture of the interference.
Looks like you know what you have to do, get some of that ridge machined out.
There's been some reports that some of the sprocket side nuts are not tapered as the wheel side, all the one's I have are tapered.

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I usually associate "gear" with apparel related items like suits, gloves, etc. Perhaps we can call the thread gear & tools because I would never browse here looking for tools. Also, there was another thread about tools in the Maintenance section so I put mine there as well.

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There's been some reports that some of the sprocket side nuts are not tapered as the wheel side, all the one's I have are tapered.
That's good to know since we have the same model bike. I'm going to take it to some of the machinists at work and see what they say. It will depend on what kind of steel its made from and when I can get some machine time.

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I usually associate "gear" with apparel related items like suits, gloves, etc. Perhaps we can call the thread gear & tools because I would never browse here looking for tools. Also, there was another thread about tools in the Maintenance section so I put mine there as well.


That's good to know since we have the same model bike. I'm going to take it to some of the machinists at work and see what they say. It will depend on what kind of steel its made from and when I can get some machine time.
Let us know how you get on mate.
I know not many people bother reading the topic description under the headings, I put them there and constantly update them but I can only do so much I suppose, hence the fact that I spend a lot of time moving threads to the right or more applicable section.
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Yo, Pants....I ust the Speedy Moto tool on all my MV bikes. No interference issues. It is tapered.

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If I remember...I'm a lazy b'st'rd these days, I'll have a look at mine and see if it is "stepped" like yours.

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