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You will have to either take the nut off the shaft and apply some thread adhesive that will grip the nut when you run it back up tight or get a nut with a nylon insert and the proper thread, If you can get the nut off to take to a store that sells small hardware, they should have both, the nut and the thread adhesive.
Posted on Apr 10, 2015
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