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46mm and 28mm socket Chicagoland

anyone near the city have 46mm and 28mm socket I can borrow? I can return them in couple of hrs. Thanks in advance.

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if anybody knows of a place who got one in stock that would b koo too. thx.

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check the autoparts stores they have stuff like that, Im pretty sure ive for a 28 and possibly a 46 as well

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28mm is available an got one at home too but no one seems to carry 46mm in stock. mcc is moving so they are closed today n tomorrow. it is for the 998/748/s4 etc rear axle nut.

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called sears, napa, and advance auto(ive had good experience with AA when it comes to oddball tools). AA even have it listed on their website...

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46mm is hard to find, especially without ordering it. I just looked and my set goes up to 36.

Chances are if no one here chimes in, you'll have to order it and have downtime. 46mm is a big freaking nut.
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everyone is asking me about that. I am just going to have to fill that in already.

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I thought I had a 28 but I have a 27...

sucks that they dont have a 28 in a set that has 46... damn viggaz

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46mm/28mm in one! in Wheeling!!!

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1 1/8"
1 13/16 "
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I believe that is the one I need. turns out they are located in Buffalo grove. I work in joiliet and I need to pick this up from BG n be in the city by 6 or so... hopefully I can get off early. Goin to Aurora will be out of the way too so probably not a good idea. Thanks anyway.

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Torqued to spec ?

have you ever removed this nut ???Boy O Boy they can be tight.

I can't quote the exact spec but I'd guess close to 80lbft

you may find you'll need more than the socket to get it loose.

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Torqued to spec ?
have you ever removed this nut ???Boy O Boy they can be tight.
I can't quote the exact spec but I'd guess close to 80lbft
you may find you'll need more than the socket to get it loose.
thats kinda what I was thinking as well, but it being a SSA bike and my knowledge of those being light i cant argue with the spec.

the axle torque specs for most bikes are crazy tight, and typically i use an impact gun to remove the nut when im changing someones tires for them.Its easier and less risk of pulling the bike off the stands that way.

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Break the nut loose before you throw it on the stand.

90% of the time I'm too lazy to drag the hose, get the gun, etc. If I'm just pulling the wheel off, loosen the nut before I lift the bike and then its easy from there.

You're going to need a big ratchet/breaker bar, but its definitely do-able with hand tools.
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for sure it is, but if im changing tires the hose is out already or will be anyways, i need the socket regardless too, grabbing the gun takes only a sec and a quick zap eliminates any awkward pulling and yanking trying to get a too tight nigh off the axle. less drama with the bike keeps people calmer and happier

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torque spec is approx. 130 ft-lbs (for the rear. can't remember what the front is - definitely much much less).
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yep ~130 is correct. ~46 up front.

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Most generic auto parts stores have a 1 13/16" socket for truck axles. In mm this converts to 46.0375mm. FYI, Triumph SSSA's also use a 46mm rear nut, and the 1 13/16" socket seems to be a common solution.

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Ive looked for the SAE counterpart and had no luck for the 46... all good now though. Pickin up that 46/28 combo later today. Thx all for the help.

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