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Old 03-15-2013, 07:37 AM
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Default Rear Axle Removal

I did a search, but did not find the answer. I need to know the wrench sizes to remove the REAR axle on a 2007 model. I do have the CAM adjuster, much larger bolt heads than what is on my heritage. It appears to be 1" plus. Thanks, I know that someone will post the answer.
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Old 03-15-2013, 08:18 AM
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1.5" will work but a 36mm will fit even better.
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Thanks for the reply. I ordered one of these.

http://pitposse.com/po36reaxnutw.html
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Default 2010 fltrx size rear axle nut?

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1.5" will work but a 36mm will fit even better.
does this size socket apply to a 2010 FLTRX also?
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does this size socket apply to a 2010 FLTRX also?
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My assumption is yes. 36mm for my 12.

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I had posted a thread about this a couple days ago and the consensus was 36mm for the nut. Ill be finding out fo sho this weekend as im swapping out my rear wheel
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