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Hi Anonymous, try a 3/8" 12 point socket. Have nice day.

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ok, it's japanese.. get a ruler and measure the nut from top to bottom to get the milimeter size and their you go... probably 14-16 (but who rents sockets?)

buy a nice all purpose socket set with both standard and metric for around 30$... owning a motorcycle you will get the best out of it

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SOURCE: What size socket do I need for replacing the brake

10mm & 8mm 12 point sockets.

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12 point 10mm

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SOURCE: What is the size of socket to remove front brake

10 mm 12 point will do it.

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Those pad pin bolts will need a 12 point socket to begin with and if memory serves me correctly the size is actually 1/4", just remember that the socket has to be a 12 point socket. Good luck

Posted on Nov 13, 2011

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