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Date Posted: - Tuesday - 09/11/18 - 12:28pm
Author: Randall
Subject: wheel removal
In reply to: Bruce 's message, "Edson Steering Wheel nut" on - Monday - 09/10/18 - 9:03pm

Thanks Bruce,
It feels very tight. Hopefully I can loosen it with something like PB blaster. Possibly heating it up to break it loose?

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[> [> [> Wheel Nut -- Bruce, - Wednesday - 09/12/18 - 2:44pm

Hi Randall,
I will check mine this evening and verify direction of thread and report back tomorrow. PB Blaster is the bomb, but hold off until I verify the thread direction for you.
Cheers. If you email me your mobile number to gitanovela@gmail.com I will text you photos.

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[> [> [> [> wheel removal -- Randall (Hilton), - Wednesday - 09/19/18 - 2:46pm

Thanks Bruce. Yes, clock-wise on. Got it off, just needed a little soak and a tad more torque. =D

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[> [> [> [> [> Lock Tight -- Bruce, - Tuesday - 09/25/18 - 8:46pm

Good news! I use lock tight on the nut so that it does not come loose. I used it sparingly and kept it away from the keyway. The nut kept loosening while underway, so the lock tight now prevents that from happening.

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