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I am wondering where I can get hex axle tool in store. So Cal to be exact, because i been looking for it and none of the possible place have it. I know this one giant dealer Berts Mega Mall has it but they sell it for so much more expensive than online. I am trying to look for price similar to online, but I can get it right away rather than waiting for a week or so.
 

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im not sure what it is exactly what your looking for????
 

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motion pro makes an awesome tool for this. local cyclegear could probably order for you and have it within a week. you won't find it cheap and quick though, that's for sure.
 

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Well I have a non-online solution but not an inexpensive one. I have a Snap-On, they have local trucks and sales guys. On-line from McMaster Car is about the cheapest way to get one though.
 

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Autozone, napa, its just a 32mm socket, atleast mine is
 

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If your talking about a socket to take of the rear axle, I just use a 1 1/4" socket.
 

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talking about front wheel how one side is bolt, the other side i need a hex key
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like i said, motion pro makes an awesome tool for this. im sure a local parts store can order it for you. but you aren't going to find a cheap and quick way to get the right tool.

some dealerships have a HUGE alllen head you can buy for around 40 bucks. htey usually stock it too.
 

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You can also make your own with a large bolt and a couple of nuts. I can't remember the sizes, but it's a whole heck of a lot cheaper than the tool. Just go to a hardware store. Most will let you check a couple of them to find out which size you need.
 
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