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Old 04-22-2008, 07:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 06 R6 size of the axle nut & front sprocket nut

guys need nelp. I need the size of the front and rear wheel axle nut and the nut that holds the front sprocket. I dont have them in my tool box and will go to sears to buy them. i wanna make sure i got the right size
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Old 04-22-2008, 01:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Im almost positive that the rear axle nut is a 32 mm hope that helps. It should be about 10-15 dollars when you go just for this piece.
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i got the rear nut socket. its a 32mm. the front sprocket nut is another size. I tried the 32 and there is a good amount of play. I could try and use it but i dont want to risk stripping the nut. the 32mm is about 9 bucks at sears. so i guess the updated questions would be what is the size of the front sprocket nut? from the looks of it and trying on the 32mm on it should be a 30mm. anyone can very the size of front sprocket nut being 30mm for 06 r6?
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Check your oem tool pouch. It should be in there.
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Check your oem tool pouch. It should be in there.

i dont know why i didnt bother to check that. I didnt think they would include a socket to fit the front sprocket nut. i know they didnt include the socket for the top of triple tree nut which is a 36mm. anywho i took a chance with buying a 30mm and it was the correct size. just got done change the front sprocket.
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Old 04-23-2008, 03:22 AM   #6 (permalink)
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front wheel sprocket is a 17 or 19 i think
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