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Screw which secured the boot lost...[emoji15]

Discussion in 'Suzuki 250cc In-line 4's' started by sarahb, Apr 5, 2016.

  1. sarahb

    sarahb Well-Known Member

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    Must have come loose on my last ride.

    Might anyone have or know where I can get a replacement?


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    Should have mentioned it's an Across..


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    Murdo The Good Doctor Staff Member Premium Member Ride and Events Crew Contributing Member

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    Take the other remaining screw to a bike shop and ask them to match it for diameter and length. Put some screw/stud lock on them when putting back in.
     
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    Or take the other one down to Bunnings...can buy a whole packet for probably the same as 1 screw.
     
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    Mine have 8mm hex heads there. The Philips screws are really average, just go get some mushroom head allen head screws way better looking. I Only get high tensile screws any auto shop should have some. If you like to get bent over the counter get some from a bike shop (you will be saw walking out).
    The only time I get screws from the bike shop is for fairings (the ones with the larger diameter below the head) I am always unsteady on my feet after they give me a good shafting on the price. :)face Palm: why didnt I buy them online)
     
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