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What are the demensions for a 2001 yamaha yz 125 engine magneto/flywheel nut? i need to buy one because i lost mine and dont know what size to get

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Best thing to do is order one through your bike shop. Generally the threads on the crankshaft are of a particular thread size specific to Yamaha, Honda etc. and sourcing a nut from elsewhere is near impossible. They have to be balanced and are sometimes a left turning thread, and generally comform to a specific wall size for best fit on the parts. Trying to to replicate the nut would be a metter of trial and error. They are not that much more expensive than from a hardware store. The link below has the parts available or links to similar sellers. Cheers!

http://www.cmsnl.com/yamaha-yz125n1-2001_model10995/partslist/D-07.html

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