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Nuts for Front Tire

So I'm pretty sure I didn't get any nuts to attach the front tire to the fork. At first I thought those little bit of metal on the spiral cylinder were for that but I couldn't remove them to save the life of me, and I noticed that the video looked like those stayed and some other capped nuts were attached from the outside.

Where did you get you nuts for your front tire?

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