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Replacement truss rod nut for Squier (MIK)

Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by tyo, Feb 1, 2013.

  1. tyo


    Feb 1, 2013
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    Firstly, hello all, and thank you for being such an awesome resource for a beginner.

    I have a Squier Pro-Tone PJ (Cort '97) as my first ever bass, and I love it. Unfortunately, the truss rod nut came nearly stripped (hex portion), and I'd like to replace the nut before it strips entirely.
    It currently has a bullet style nut with a (what used to be) 4mm hex hole. I've read that since it's a Korean squier the threading should be metric.

    Can anyone confirm that and point me to a source for these parts? I've found basspartsresource but am not sure which of the several nuts would fit the bill. Better yet, is there a way to get a spare locally?

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