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Need the nut for the bolt that holds the strand on

Need nut for the stand

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SOURCE: Problem installing new toilet bolt covers.

unthread the nut as far as possible, then tighten it one full turn. Cut off the top with a hacksaw or dremel grinder and re-try. The bolts are cheap. A small jewelers file may help. Look for the damaged thread and remove the burr.

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SOURCE: is there a lock nut holding the caliper bolts on a

its not a lock nut. Some cars have the retainer bolt screw into the slider pin. You will need a second wrnch to hold the slider pin as you unscrew the retainer bolts.

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