M10 x 1mm pitch flanged nut- nut width = 15mm socket/spanner

Alan Jackson /

has anyone got one of those nuts securing their magneto?

ive tried googling and ebay and sent a couple of emails off to merchants to no avail

but if I knew a tomos or puch maxi or whatever had one of those theyd be listed as such and easier to buy

if nyt width is larger than 15mm even my thinnest box spanner wont fit in the magnetos centre hole.

Re: M10 x 1mm pitch flanged nut- nut width = 15mm socket/spanner

Grind the hell out of your socket?

Use one of these?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NCJH7TG/

Replace the nut with one of these and a washer?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NQD3DQK/

Although stainless may be a bad choice. Generally with flywheels and pulleys and such you want a nut that is softer than the crank. Easier to replace a stripped nut than a stripped crank.

Re: M10 x 1mm pitch flanged nut- nut width = 15mm socket/spanner

Dude ive said it in another one of your threads. You need a peugeot 103 nut.

Re: M10 x 1mm pitch flanged nut- nut width = 15mm socket/spanner

Alan Jackson /

> Daniel '' Wrote:

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> Dude ive said it in another one of your threads. You need a peugeot 103

> nut.

I saw that and I asked you if it was m10 but you didn't reply

my box spanner is very thin walled but the hole in the magneto is that small a std 17mm width nut only fits in with a cats cock hair clearance

I was thinking of filing down a 17mm nut to 15mm

ill try a peugot nut

I also thought about a longer nut but it woul;d be like Boadicea in her chariot

or ben hur

Re: M10 x 1mm pitch flanged nut- nut width = 15mm socket/spanner

Re: M10 x 1mm pitch flanged nut- nut width = 15mm socket/spanner

Alan Jackson /

> Thomas TPRF Wrote:

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> https://www.clipsandfasteners.com/M10-1-25-Steel-Spike-Nut-Chrome-Plated-p/pm33743-1.htm

>

> Too bad they're coarse thread, lol.

haha my wifes got summat that looks like that but that's not for this thread...

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