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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-28-2009, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
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I've been reading a while but have not posted , like Kevdave I also live in what is now starting to fell like the Arctic [ Calgary] -2C today and light snow, yes, snow in almost May. I have an 07 Vegas and we just got a Can-Am Spyder for my wife. Can anyone tell me what size the rear axle nut is on my Vegas to adj the belt??.

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Hi y'all
I've been reading a while but have not posted , like Kevdave I also live in what is now starting to fell like the Arctic [ Calgary] -2C today and light snow, yes, snow in almost May. I have an 07 Vegas and we just got a Can-Am Spyder for my wife. Can anyone tell me what size the rear axle nut is on my Vegas to adj the belt??.

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I hate to revive a dead post but... i'm seeking the exact same answer. I'd really like to avoid buying additional sockets I dont need.
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post #3 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-16-2011, 11:28 AM
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You guys should have posted this in the Technical section, where good folks like kevinx look more often. Posting under the Vegas forum limits your thread to the Vegas owners, who could provide the info, but apparently have not so far.

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Gee you could call your dealer I know mine is 1 3/16th Heck its big I know that
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it is 1 1/16", a fellow at Canadian tire was real nice,he brought 4 or 5 sockets outside to my bike and we got the right one without buying first.
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Oh ya by the way Visionjohnny I called the dealer who tried to put you to Service Dept. was on hold so long I forgot who i had called.
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Uh what Victory do you have? Victory is metric?

Actually you are right that it is 1 1/16 which is a 27mm for metric!
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Some American wrench's are the same size as Metric
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