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Old 01-06-2019, 12:10 AM
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Default Replacemnt nut for Motor to keep Sprocket in place

Hello all, ok I need a replacement nut for my motor as I kind of damaged it, I know I need a nut with reverse thread but that is about it, I don't know much about sizing here is some information on the motor to help

Measurement
mm
inches
Greatest Distance Between Fixing Holes (Centre of Eye to Centre of Eye)
115
4.53
Sprocket Thickness
3
0.12
Sprocket Diameter (Tip of Tooth to Tip of Tooth)
25
0.98
Length of the Shaft on Which the Sprocket Sits
23
0.91
Wiring Length (approx.)
590
23.23
Diameter of Fixing Hole(s)
9
0.35
Smallest Distance Between Fixing Holes (Centre of Eye to Centre of Eye)
56
2.2
Barrel Diameter
108
4.25
Barrel Length
135
5.31
Shaft Diameter
12
0.47
Voltage
24 v
Wattage
500 w
Rated Current
26.7 a
Rated Speed
2500
Chain Size
6mm (25H)
Number of Teeth
11
Drive Type
Sprocket
Brushed or Brushless?
Brushed
Model Number
ZY1020
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measure the shaft (it'll be metric sooo use a metric caliper for that)
it'll be 10mm.. (well SHOULD be)
but maybe you'll have an oddling with just an 8mm diameter shaft.

And then, buy such nut (if you say its reversed, then yeah a left hand nut)

And that info you posted appears to be copied from electricscooterparts.com

And funny enough, if you google "zy1020 shaft nut"
you'll find that exact place selling shaft nuts for zy1020 motors..
https://electricscooterparts.com/sprockethardware.html
who'd thunk

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measure the shaft (it'll be metric sooo use a metric caliper for that)
it'll be 10mm.. (well SHOULD be)
but maybe you'll have an oddling with just an 8mm diameter shaft.

And then, buy such nut (if you say its reversed, then yeah a left hand nut)

And that info you posted appears to be copied from electricscooterparts.com

And funny enough, if you google "zy1020 shaft nut"
you'll find that exact place selling shaft nuts for zy1020 motors..
https://electricscooterparts.com/sprockethardware.html
who'd thunk

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Thank you for taking the time to help me

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