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you don't need a spanner. you can't see those nuts and they are barely hand tight so there is no reason to worry about putting marks in them. you can use a screwdriver and hammer to tap them in their grooves or a large enough pair of pliers such as a set of channel locks.
 

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I went tighter on mine than what yamaha says to.
mine stopped coming loose after that. and that was back in 2004. I just took mine apart in 08 and the bearings and the grease were in really great shape. I didn't need to re pack the grease.
 
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