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2017 Coleman/Hisun UTV 500 axle nut socket

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I'm out of town and away from our 2017 Coleman/Hisun UTV 500 Side x Side, my Son needs to replace a broken cotter pin on the front left axle and tighten everything back up.

We were able to find the cotter pin size 2.5mm x 30mm or equivalent 1/8" x 2" and I picked up a few.

I just can not find the size socket it will need and the torque setting for the axle nut.

Thanks for your time!

Greg

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Most likely it's a 22 MM nut....hisun specifies a 94 foot pounds for a 22 mm nut. If it's not 22MM take the nut to a local hardware or parts store and try to find a socket, any good parts store  ought to have individual sockets for sale.

On my mules rear axle it's a 26 MM with 110 ft lbs. 

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Thanks for your replies Travis!

It ended up being a 32mm socket, your link to the manual gave us the proper torque 140ft lbs. my son is back on the road again!🤙

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