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Old 26-03-2020, 09:45   #1
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Suspension top nut size Evo 6

Could anyone tell me what is the nut size for the Evo 6 suspension?

The one that sits at the top, over the top mount? The rear is M10 but I don't know the pitch, and front I think is M12 but not sure of the pitch either.

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Old 26-03-2020, 11:31   #2
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Seems to be M12, but not sure what pitch. Maybe you can check to see if a wheel nut has the same thread? The pitch on those is 1.5.

https://mitsubishi.epc-data.com/char...-spring/65612/
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Its a fine pitch, so not the same as wheel nut.

EDIT : I think the front is M14.

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Its a fine pitch, so not the same as wheel nut.

EDIT : I think the front is M14.
Did you look at the link? Although it doesn't specifically say "M12", it does indicate "12", so I take that as a bit of a clue.
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