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use a twelve point socket/745i used similar nuts (archive)

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Posted by Doug Crowther on January 09, 2001 at 14:15:04:

In Reply to: I've had luck with posted by Shawn D. on January 09, 2001 at 12:16:30:

I bought a Fluke 88 and some SK hand tools at very good prices from them, and their service was prompt. I knew what I was looking for, so I was able to find it on the site, but perhaps you might have to call them to find what you want.

Does anyone know what tool (read socket) that is needed to unscrew the small bolts keeps a BBS split wheel together?

The head of the bolt and nut looks a conventional torx nut but has more 'edges' than torx.

I'm taking the wheels apart to sandblast / powdercoat them.



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