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Old 06-19-2019, 07:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Backrest Bolts - Where to buy?

Does anyone know where I can get another long bolt for the rear fender to attach the backrest? Took a long drive the other day and noticed one was missing.
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probably can match it up at lowes or most hardware stores..
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Lowe's blows, I've had best luck at Ace hardwares. Or if you have a Fastenal place they get them too.
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Just remember to use a stainless bold and get the correct length.
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Thanks. Hopefully I can find one. Is there a difference in length between the rear and front bolts? Or the washers?
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Thanks. Hopefully I can find one. Is there a difference in length between the rear and front bolts? Or the washers?
No difference in bolt length, but spacers are different. There is a post on here with sizes. I may even have one I'll look
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Any inox M8x1.25, 60mm lenght (if I remember correctly) will work. Don't know in the USA, but here in México they are not hard to get. And as an advice, buy another 4 80mm length, just in case you want to attach saddlebags or something in the future. That length worked great for me.
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Found the paper with the bolt specs.
Hex socket head bolt (M8 x 1.25p x 65mm lg) x4
Rear spacer (23.5mm lg) x2
Front spacer (18.4mm lg) x2

I could only find 60 or 70mm do I went with the 70 and it did just fine.
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Found the paper with the bolt specs.
Hex socket head bolt (M8 x 1.25p x 65mm lg) x4
Rear spacer (23.5mm lg) x2
Front spacer (18.4mm lg) x2

I could only find 60 or 70mm do I went with the 70 and it did just fine.
Just make sure that it doesn't protrude through the fender but too far or it will catch the rear tire. Any more than 1/4" is dangerous.
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