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Exactly the same as any other nut. Spanner is just British terminology for wrench.

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How to calculate spanner size regarding bolts and nuts

The spanner is bent at an angle so that it can easily applied or hold the grip of any 6 sides of nut to achieve the maximum mechanical advantage by moving the handle to and fro in the shortest possible space.

A hexagonal nut has the shape of an equilateral hexagon

20 Nm. You just multiply them together.

The plural of nut is nuts. As in "I would like a bag of mixed fruit and nuts".

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How to calculate spanner size regarding bolts and nuts

you use a spanner to open a rusted nut bolt because you need a strong tool to open a rusted nut bolt.

a wrench is kind of like a spanner

its not the comb or the scissors

A spanner

Because a spanner provides extra leverage - and is much tougher than our fingers !

because spanner has a longer moment arm and torque depends upon moment arm greater the moment greater will be the torque produced so it is easy to unscrew a tight nut using longer spanner

The mechanic would get more leverage. The rotational force applied to the nut is greater the longer the spanner, assuming the mechanic applies the same amount of force.

The mechanic would get more leverage. The rotational force applied to the nut is greater the longer the spanner, assuming the mechanic applies the same amount of force.

Is it heavy duty model with axle bolts? If so, Remove axle bolts Slide axle out of differential housing use spanner wrench to loosen spanner nut (or hammer and chisel) Remove spanner nut and seal Drum should slide off

The longer the arm of a spanner, the more leverage can be used. More leverage allows more pressure to be used against a nut to either tighten or to loosen.