#1
I just picked up a P-Bass for about $40. It seemed like a good deal and it looked alright, when I got it home and started to clean it and begin to set the truss rod I quickly realized there was no nut in the neck, just the threaded bolt. Does anyone know the correct size nut I should get to put in there? Google was unhelpful with what I needed.

It's a Fender Squier Affinity Precision Bass. Made in Indonesia.

Thanks!
#2
I think Guitar Parts Resources is about the only game in town. U.S. Fender truss rod nuts are SAE. Affinity basses need metric. I believe the one below is what you need. See description, followed by link, below.

SQUIER
TRUSS
ROD
NUT
ALLEN
4mm

007-9849-000
keep the neck of your contemporary electric guitar or bass straight and true, Fender offers truss rod nuts that fit most modern instruments. Package includes one truss rod nut. 4 mm hex (Allen) adjustment. Used on most Squier guitars with "IC" serial numbers.
$4.99

http://www.guitarpartsresource.com/hardware_trussnuts.htm
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