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SteveWR450F

What size sockets?

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I should be working instead . . .

Looking at the Sears website and thinking about getting some new sockets to wrench on the 04 450. Dont have manual with me. What size socket do I need to change the front counter sprocket. I heard 27 mm. Is that correct? How about the nut to remove the rear tire? 22MM? What other socket sizes are recommended other than the standard smaller sizes. Thanks, Steve

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both rear axle nut and front sproket are 27mm.

for working on most jap bikes you need:

-8mm

-10mm

-12mm

-14mm

-17mm

-19mm

-22mm

-21mm

-24mm

-27mm

-30mm

-32mm

-36mm

that should cover most of it.

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Hi,

Mine is 22mm in the front and 27mm on the rear

This is WR450 yr 2005

I use 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 13mm mostly

6mm for the mainjet, 8mm for the front lamp, 10mm frontlamp, fueltank, seat, 12mm or 13mm for chaintension counternut.

Timo Mc

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