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A little dot of superglue can help stop the rivnut turning if your hole is loose.


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Hole will be bigger than 5-6mm for an M5 (i.e 5mm) riv nut. Usual size is 7.2 IIRC.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2018 12:46 pm 
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Thanks for your advice guys, I know it’s only a tiny feature but have heard from the tech guys at Kona and from advise on my build thread page for the, it seems to be possibly the first build Hei Hei from 91 in a 17 after Kona stopped using Merlin frames.


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