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Old 10-13-2003, 10:01 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by MOS95B
Is it a Torx? Or just a noral Allen wreench like the Astro I was working on Wednesday?
Either will fit the bolt, assuming the bit is the right size. For Torx it'* a T-50; for Allen it'*... um... 3/8", maybe?
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My 93 ssei uses 34mm axle nut, 3/8 allen for calipers, and torx 55 for hub bolts.
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