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Suzuki dr 125

My rear wheel nut came loose and fell off. it's the feft hand side does anyone know the nut size or spindle size as i'm not able to get to measure it

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Don't worry about the metric size. Just call a Suzuki parts department and tell them Year and Model of your bike and see if they have a nut in stock. The nut is what is called a "castle nut". There should be a cotter pin inserted through the castle and through the drill hole in the axle then spread around the nut. This keeps the nut from coming loose.

I believe the part number for the nut is 09159-12027
The cotter pin number is 04111-25308

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Posted on May 21, 2009

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