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    Senior Member Lusiphur's Avatar
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    Cool
    Let is know how they work out and if you would be so kind, maybe post some pictures when they arrive?
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    Thanks

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    For future reference, I ordered some Torx screws through McMaster a couple of years ago to replace some of the ones for the chin fairing. Not identical to OEM, but close and they worked well.

    https://www.mcmaster.com/90910A537

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    The heads on the non-shouldered bolts were quite a bit smaller than the original torx heads, I'm just going to run washers. For the shouldered bolts I knew the head wouldn't be as big so I would be using a washer, just guessed on the shoulder length minus the washer thickness and they're a bit too long. I'm not messing with sending them back, I'll just run an extra washer plus the plastic washer.

    https://www.mcmaster.com/shoulder-screws

    So the appropriate bolt would be the 5/16 shoulder bolt in 1/4-20 thread with a 1/4 (or less) not 5/16 length shoulder, 90298A574 would be my guess.

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    Good info, thanks for posting it.

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    Measured with calipers shoulder dia. - .309, length of shoulder - .167, head dia. - .555

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    Good stuff
    Thanks for posting pics and measurements
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    2006 Buell XBRS LightningBolt
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    I have been able to find quite a bounty of parts at St. Paul Harley Davidson. www.sphdonline.com

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    expensive and trying to sace a few $$



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