My Grom is back on the road. They back-ordered the axle which is now due to arrive any day now, but in the meantime, I went to Lowe's and found a 12 mm. nut with 1.25 fine threads. Even though the axle threads are screwed up (galled, I think it's called), what I did was file the galled areas out, use a die kit to rethread the axle threads, and screwed on the new nut. Since the galled area is not close to the inside threads, there were still plenty of good axle threads engaged when the nut was secured and torqued down. Of course I got the chain adjusted exactly to specs so I may not need to deal with chains and axle bolts for a long time now. I did re-grease the axle while I had the wheel off and cleaned everything up good. When the new axle and nut arrive, I'll just keep them as spares. Planning long ride today. High will be in the 60s.