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F3 rear axle nut size?

Does anyone know if the F3 has the same size rear axle nut as the F4? I believe the F4 is 55mm and a special socket like this is required to remove the nut: https://tpoparts.com/cat093/index.ph...product_id=145 or http://www.speedymoto.com/Merchant2/...egory_Code=SMT

Can the same socket be used with a F3 too?

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Post I think so

I would be really surprised if it where a different size.

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I can't help wondering why you need to know that

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I only can say, that the original paddock-stand from the F4 fits to the F3.
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I can't help wondering why you need to know that

I hope your wheel hasn't fallen off even before it has arrived
I like to be proactively ready with the tools I go through 2-3 sets of tires each year!

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