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    Tension bolts

    Does anyone know the size and length of the Rear wheel tension bolt and nut. Mine are wore out .

    #2
    If you mean the rear axle,I bought one at Ebikezilla for the Surron

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      #3
      The bolts that tighten the chain, the bolts that push the axle back until you get the right amount of chain tension. Thanks.

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        #4
        should be M6x35 according to Sur Ron UK site.
        https://surron.co.uk/collections/sur...ar-swingarm-02

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          #5
          Thanks you G

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            #6
            Originally posted by Spark View Post
            Does anyone know the size and length of the Rear wheel tension bolt and nut. Mine are wore out .
            Yours are worn out.? I assume you mean the male-bolt and not the female-treads machined into the swingarm.

            PS: Do you loosen the axel nut before attempting to adjust the chain.? The rear wheel should move freely within the swingarm.

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              #7
              Yes I ajust the tension first then tighten the axle. The corners on the head of the bolts are rounded off a bit. So are the nuts. They still work but I would like to replace them. Is that something I could get at a Napa or O'Reilly parts store? Thanks!

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              • dirtman
                dirtman commented
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                I seen from another post of yours you have a 2018 SRX-LB.
                That shows your going on your 3rd of 4th season..
                I am going on my 2nd season and my second chain.
                I also noticed that my tension bolt have weak corners. and my 10-MM wrench slips off also.
                I`ll add 2 new high quality tension bolts to my list of future parts.M6x35
                Thanks Cosmic-G for the https://surron.co.uk/collections/sur...ar-swingarm-02
                That a UK site. Luna-Cycle-USA or any quality hardware store can get the bolts.

                PS Spark. 2018 SRX-LB. 3rd or 4th season.
                Any good or bad comments about the bike?

              #8
              Those are probably good places to look. I usually try Home Depot or Lowes, you can take your current bolt and use their thread gauge thingies to verify the thread pitch.

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              • Spark
                Spark commented
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                Thanks bro

              #9
              Buyers remorse.

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                #10
                Has anyone found the bolts and nuts online? I'm stuck at home until I get my bike fixed. Having a hard time finding these, when it seem like a easy part to replace. Thanks

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                  #11
                  I can't confirm these fit but they look correct?

                  amazon link

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                  • Spark
                    Spark commented
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                    Thanks CosmicG
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