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    Mystery nut leftover... maybe, please identify

    I found a nut on my workbench that looks like it may have come from my SUV when I was working on it.
    I cannot for the life of me remember if it did or not. Can you look at the pic and tell me if you recognize it? It definitely has a distinctive look to it.
    Thanks in advanced!!!

    Tony

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    60% of the time, it works every time.
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    Is it metric? Thats one clue.

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    looks like a muffler bearing adjuster to me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    looks like a muffler bearing adjuster to me...
    Right or Left handed?

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    66U is left 66V is right.
    Quote Originally Posted by OsideBill View Post
    Right or Left handed?

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    This is how I run a jetski shop in the desert nmpeter's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    66U is left 66V is right.
    you guys just crack me up. I thought everybody knew that these adjusters went port/starboard! or fore/aft

    Pop quiz..what does the buoy with the green flag on it mean? (around here it means we're out of red chile)

    in all seriousness..

    it could only be something from around the jet pump...

    what exactly were you working on?

    I have a whole set of marked tupperware containers to keep track of "styuff" during any kind of teardown

    the marks are a clue..but I don't know to what....

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    I assume you means from the engine of Yami SUV. the only 2 places that uses nut on the engine is where the crabs join the engine, this nut doesn't look like it. The 2nd place is the starter, this nut look like it.

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    I would say starter.

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    Does it stick to a magnet? I remember most of the nuts and fasteners on my GP were stainless and weren't magnetic.

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    Well, I have never pulled off the starter. I only pulled the airbox, oil pump, and jet assembly. So, I think I will go ahead and check the starter to make sure it is tight.

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