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post #11 of 27 Old 05-16-2018, 11:20 AM
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I like this from PRo-Bolt, but can't tell if it locks???
https://www.pro-bolt.com/titanium-ax...-wheel-93.html
That one is a little fancy. Here is a "vehicle specific one" (which has cotter pin slots).
Part No: MTINUT24150001Z2
https://www.pro-bolt.com/titanium-ax...-wheel-92.html

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Pr-Bolt just replied to my inquiry and said mine should be an M20 ???

https://www.pro-bolt.com/titanium-ax...ingarm-86.html

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Pr-Bolt just replied to my inquiry and said mine should be an M20 ???

https://www.pro-bolt.com/titanium-ax...ingarm-86.html
I assume you talked to a salesman who doesn't know what you're talking about haha. That's for a swingarm front axle nut. Totally different specs.
OEM rear axle nut: 32mm socket, 24mm thread dia, 1.5mm thread pitch
ProBolt rear axle nut: 32mm socket, 24mm thread dia.. and so on.
Titanium Axle Nut Rear Wheel

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I assume you talked to a salesman who doesn't know what you're talking about haha. That's for a swingarm front axle nut. Totally different specs.
OEM rear axle nut: 32mm socket, 24mm thread dia, 1.5mm thread pitch
ProBolt rear axle nut: 32mm socket, 24mm thread dia.. and so on.
Titanium Axle Nut Rear Wheel
Thanks for confirming...'cause that is what I ordered! :-)
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I've got the pro-bolt axle nut and a few other goodies myself. The one I linked is the one I bought. Perfect fit!
Or as Cycle Cruiser says: JUST LIKE OEM!!! (1,000 times)

If my bike wasn't at the tuners right now I would be able to show off the swag

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I've got the pro-bolt axle nut and a few other goodies myself. The one I linked is the one I bought. Perfect fit!
Or as Cycle Cruiser says: JUST LIKE OEM!!! (1,000 times)

If my bike wasn't at the tuners right now I would be able to show off the swag
I checked the Microfiche, and the Gen5 rear axle castle nut is listed as an M24
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OMG I think I just had an accident in my pants. First off the trick titanium one on the first page and now that super cool looking rainbow anodized one from Pro-Bolt. Titanium porn!

Man oh man, I wish these were required upgrades so I could excuse the need to buy one. lol
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I think LDH came up with the best solution. Most important, it is compatible with the cotter pin because it's castelated. And of course, it's very economical.

ROGUE RACING ZX-10R Chain Adjusters - Lightech

I am running it on my gen5 with lightechs. Yes, I flipped the axle front right to left deliberately.
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That Probolt Titanium is a bit fancy ay!very trick.......
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Is the cotter pin absolutely required? I did a rear tire swap on a Triumph 675 awhile back and it didn't have a secured nut. Just a big nut is all. Do we have a pin because we're riding liter engines and smaller bikes don't require them?

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