Castle/lock nut socket help.

Old 06-05-2008, 06:53 PM
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Castle/lock nut socket help.

Does anyone know if a castle socket for a cbr600 will fit a 636? Or if any others are compatable with the 636? This is the socket used for swingarm and motor mount lock nuts.
I can't find one for a zx636 on ebay. All can find are suzuki and honda ones. The one I did find for a kawi was 60 bucks + shipping and it wasn't ebay. The ones I found on ebay (for the hondas and suzukis) are only 35 + shipping.
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Re: Castle/lock nut socket help.

hammer and a punch always worked for me
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Re: Castle/lock nut socket help.

yes sir hammer and screw driver. or notching a socket with a dremel
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Re: Castle/lock nut socket help.

I've tried the hammer and flat head approach. The swingarm nut won't budge. I've fucked it up so bad I'm worried the socket may not work.
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Re: Castle/lock nut socket help.

a flat head screw driver isn't the best way cause the shock of the hammer gets lost in the handle a good punch works best for me
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