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Check out this website:

http://www.demon-tweeks.co.uk/MX_&_Off-Road/Workshop_&_Maintenance/Hand_Tools/S_G_Motorsport_Castle_Socket/742/1762
 

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Yeah...the one in the pic looks like a genuine Honda socket to. You can even read the correct part number for it stamped accross the top.
 

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Couldnt you just but a could of sockets from bunnings and use a dremel or grinder to make your own? Would cost like $20?
 

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I guess, i prefer to buy a tool i dont have to modify myself though. Correct tool = no hassle :)
 

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what a bargain

instead

you could always go to http://www.tetools.com

any tool place could get them for you

CR012 Motorcycle Clutch Nut Tool 23mm dia $35.50 + GST

http://www.tetools.com/Catalogue-PDF/(08)%20Motorcycle%20Tools.pdf
 

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Im rebuilding my MC14e, and it specifically states in the service manual that the correct tool is 26X30mm...26mm one side 30mm on the other, and by the looks of it, the clutch nut (which im trying to remove) is 30mm in diameter, so no, i cant just get it from any place. Thanks anyway.
 

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karlhoffman_76 said:
Im rebuilding my MC14e, and it specifically states in the service manual that the correct tool is 26X30mm...26mm one side 30mm on the other, and by the looks of it, the clutch nut (which im trying to remove) is 30mm in diameter, so no, i cant just get it from any place. Thanks anyway.
lol.... i have that tool.... As if you would pay that much man... just get it locally for starters...
 

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Righto then, where would i get it from locally (ie, in Australia) without going to Honda and how much would it set me back?
 

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I mangled mine getting it off last time, clutch needs doing again, next time I'm gunna get organised and put a different nut on there.
 

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My thoughts exactly, same with those pesky alloy plugs in the head, if i can find a same size and length s/s hex head set screw, im gonna replace them with that, unless of course the cams will interfere with them, something i'll have to look into.
 

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hey guys, the genuine Honda replacement nut for the clutch castle nut comes as a hex nut. just bought one from local honda dealership.

Part # HM-90241KM9000 Nut, Lock, 20mm $11.95 inc GST (AUD)

hope this helps!
 
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