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Old 09-06-2007, 09:59 AM   #1
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Default xray tire nuts, what freaking size?

ok I recently bought an xray t2 and I'm trying to take the damn tires off, I have metric and standard nut sizes and nothing seems to fit right on this damn nut. 6.5mm is to small 7mm is to big and I can't seem to find the standard size that should fit.
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7mm driver - if it doesn't fit you don't have the original wheel nuts on it...
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you know I was expecting an answer like that :-). Now after looking again at the 7mm I suspect it is a 7mm its just that my 7mm socket wrench can't fit inside the gap. I guess I'll have to go look for something a bit fancier.
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went out bought a thinner 7mm wrench, its all good now :-)
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You can choice EDS tools !
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You can choice EDS tools !
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yeah gonna go with a no on the EDS if only due to the advertising method.

On a side note, I discovered today that the screws that hold the shocks are in fact 3.0mm which happens to not be in the set of tools I got, off to the hobby shop tomorrow I go :-( I'm honestly a little worried about changing the shocks and shock oil, like I'm going to seriously screw something up.
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