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I have lot's of tools (I have a muscle car) but when I got the Ninja I had to go get some new metric tools, there's a few that may match up, but it's not worth it to possibly strip out some bolt heads. :D
 

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Yeah the 1-1/16" is too small, I measured w/my calipers is 1-1/4 which is approx 27mm. Problem is the 27mm I have is a 12point and is rounding the nut. I need to get a 6 point socket :(
Maybe this is MY problem why I can't get it off

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What size socket you using?
27mm but it's just either spinning, slipping off the nut, or turning the wheel a little bit; it's not actually applying any force I guess.



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27mm but it's just either spinning, slipping off the nut, or turning the wheel a little bit; it's not actually applying any force I guess.



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Are you attempting to use the middle step of the nut or the step that is sitting against the washer? I thought it should be the middle step which is pretty close to 27mm, but per the part number the nut is an M20 which requires a 30mm of 34mm so it must be the part that sits against the washer?!
 

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Are you attempting to use the middle step of the nut or the step that is sitting against the washer? I thought it should be the middle step which is pretty close to 27mm, but per the part number the nut is an M20 which requires a 30mm of 34mm so it must be the part that sits against the washer?!
In other words using the pic, are you using A or B (in red)?
 
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