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Tue Sep 25 2012, 08:33pm Print
a/k/a Jake
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18 mm nut, T55 bolt. Torque to 66 Nm. Top and bottom are indeed identical.

I've never reused the nut, and I've never noticed it back off. by space
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greatx
Wed Sep 26 2012, 12:10pm
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Thanks Jake. I just confirmed that today. Right on spot smile
I will change the Conti with an Ohlins Thursday night, so I was trying to get all my tools ready. And good I checked, because I was missing an 18mm open wrench.

The way it is on my bike an 18mm tube socket will not fit. So the open wrench will do the job.

Both nuts (top and bottom) face the right side of the bike. On the top, the right side has less clearance for a socket tube to fit.

I also ordered new nuts (and even bolts). I also like to always change them whenever I work on the bike... by greatx
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Wed Sep 26 2012, 07:23pm
a/k/a Jake
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Ah, realized I mistyped. I *have* reused the nuts and have never notice them back off. But still, better to be safe. by space
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greatx
Fri Sep 28 2012, 06:16pm
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Summary for the rear shock:
 
Bolt part number on top and bottom nut are the same. They are "Nylock" nuts. Need to be replaced each time.
 
The wrench is 18mm. For the top nut it can be an open or closed wrench. For the bottom it must be an open wrench.
 
A 18mm socket will not fit due to the lack of space.
 
The bolt needs a T-55 (torx) bit.
 
Torque is 66Nm.
 
 
I took my Conti out and put an Ohlins. Removing the exhaust was super easy and made the job much easier. Overall it took me 30mins to do it all.
 
Thanks Jake for the help.
 
Will try it off-road this weekend.
 
Here are some pics, sorry my hands were all greased up so I could not take many pics...
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[/html] Edited Fri Sep 28 2012, 06:17pm by greatx
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r083rt
Thu Apr 12 2018, 09:09pm
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Just what I was looking for on the tool sizes. Thanks for the info. by r083rt
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