Re: Replacement locking nut for a 1527?
Well, I can only screw them in so deep which still leaves a lot of space.
I can't screw them down all of the way the basically.
The screws are a bit different. I think they are a little bit longer and thicker.
I think its also the screw holes on the locking nut.
On the barless type they sink in a bit more as opposed to the original.
Therefore, if you compare both the screws and the screw holes on the original locking nut, to the ones on the current barless,
you can kinda see what I'm talking about.