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Thread: Grom Owners!! - Quick measurement, please, for Pit Bull trailer restraint pins

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    Grom Owners!! - Quick measurement, please, for Pit Bull trailer restraint pins

    For all you that currently have Grom's (which I do not...yet), Pit Bull is getting ready to fabricate the pins for their trailer restraint system, but needs one quick measurement: the distance from the tip of the axle to where the axle nut starts, just the distance of those few threads. They have the axle and nut, just need to verify where the nut fits on the axle. Can you measure yours and post here?
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    If possible, can someone grab measurements from one of the many Grom's at the track this weekend?
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    I just measured the two we have up here at the shop. One was 3/16" or 4.76 mm and the other was 7/32" or 5.56 mm. Hope that helps.

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