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I found this chrome cap nut laying under my bike when I was going to get it ready for spring riding. Not sure where it's from. The nut is 13/16" wide

I have a 1993 Suzuki Intruder 1400GLP
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If you can confirm that the threads are SAE. Then I don't think it could be off that bike. They have thread size checkers at Home Depot (free to use).
 

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If you can confirm that the threads are SAE. Then I don't think it could be off that bike. They have thread size checkers at Home Depot (free to use).
 

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If you can confirm that the threads are SAE. Then I don't think it could be off that bike. They have thread size checkers at Home Depot (free to use).
The threads are 16 mm and 1 more thing I forgot to mention is on the bottom inside the nut is a plastic. Like it holds some grease in.
 

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Hello and Welcome to the forum Rock,

Check the nut and hardware for the sidestand on the underside/inside.
Also the hardware for the frame type tubes that run up each side to the rear grab rails.
The threads are 16 mm and 1 more thing I forgot to mention is on the bottom inside the nut is a plastic. Like it holds some grease in.
Are you saying the nut is plastic?
If it is plastic then it is just a decorative cover of some sort.

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Hello and Welcome to the forum Rock,

Check the nut and hardware for the sidestand on the underside/inside.
Also the hardware for the frame type tubes that run up each side to the rear grab rails.

Are you saying the nut is plastic?
If it is plastic then it is just a decorative cover of some sort.

S F
No the nut is chrome steel 16mm cap nut. The plastic/gasket is on the inside where the threads end.
 

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That's a big nut, and it's chrome so it's mean't to go on something that is visible. Look carefully for a big bolt end with no nut on it, something that big should be pretty obvious.
 

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Some bikes have a big decortive cap like that on the front hub. But I was thinking Goldwing when I thought of it. There maybe others.
 

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Is it wrong that when I looked at that the first thing I saw was a part for a flushometer?
I guess I've spent too many years in Facility Maintenance :)
 
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