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[Brakes] Rear Hub Nut Size
#1
Time to replace my rear discs on my 2010 XTR.

Does anyone know the hub nut size?

Cheers
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#2
36mm from memory
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#3
Cheers for that

New discs have arrived and the new nut supplied is 36mm
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#4
All the tools needed in this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_CNqH-KQYA
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#5
Thanks everybody for your help

Changed both front and rear discs over the weekend

The only problem I had was trying to get the old front discs off. They were stuck on there solid and I had to give them a few good strikes with a hefty hammer to get them off.
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