Wrench for F210-3D motor bell nut?

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    Hi there!

    Included in my F210-3D was a small tool set containing two hex/allen keys and a flat 2-in-1 wrench. I damaged the wrench gripping the F210's motor bell nut whilst trying to loosen a propeller. (Turns out the propeller was jammed due to a crash.) I ended up just buying a new motor; problem solved.

    Having damaged the larger end of the complimentary wrench, I'm trying to find a replacement; however, I don't know where to find one or what size I need.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction?

    Here's a photo of the wrench.

    Walkera wrench damage.jpg

     
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    Measure the nut size on the flats. The length of the wrench is of no value.
     
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    Thanks for replying.

    I hadn't intended to convey the length of the wrench. The photo was one I had on hand at the time of the post. I only meant to show that the wrench is damaged. (See puckering at corners of wrench.) The wrench is so badly bent now that measuring it isn't of value either. I'd simply hoped that someone who also has an F210-3D might be able to tell me a source from which I could get another wrench. And that I'd do the further research.

    Per your request, I've measured the nut. I don't have a caliper, so these measurements are approximate: Flat side to flat side, the nut is approximately 8 mm or 5/16 in.

    (Note: The thickness of the wrench — and the available space between prop and nut — is about 2 mm.)

    Thanks again for your help.
     
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    Brilliant! Thanks a million.
     

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