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Wheel nuts front and back CBR 954 RR

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Does anyone knows what size wheel nuts have front and back on a 2002 Honda CBR 954 RR have.
I want to buy a Torque wrench with sleeve for millimeter.
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Re: Wheel nuts front and back CBR 954 RR

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Hi.

Does anyone knows what size wheel nuts have front and back on a 2002 Honda CBR 954 RR have.
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18mm front (78 Nm torque) and 22mm rear (113 Nm torque) .

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18mm front (78 Nm torque) and 22mm rear (113 Nm torque) .
Big thanks for that. I knew the torque but not size. Of to the shop soon :-)
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Re: Wheel nuts front and back CBR 954 RR

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Big thanks for that. I knew the torque but not size. Of to the shop soon :-)
That's strange. the 929 is 22mm front and 30mm rear. Did they reduce size for the 954? Probably you mean actual thread size Nigel, I've just mentioned spanner size.

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That's strange. the 929 is 22mm front and 30mm rear. Did they reduce size for the 954? Probably you mean actual thread size Nigel, I've just mentioned spanner size.
Yes, I was speaking thread size. Seems as if @Stonemountain might have gone stone cold on me after he had to race back to the store to change the sockets.

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Yes, I was speaking thread size. Seems as if @Stonemountain might have gone stone cold on me after he had to race back to the store to change the sockets.
No problem. Have not been in store yet :-)
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