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Do not use yet. Under construction :)
 
Hi All!
 
I'm in the process of changing my silver bolts to black ones. I have bolt sizing tools and thought maybe someone may find this useful. I will update this list as I check more bolts. If you have info that I haven't already spec'ed, post it up and I'll add it to the list :)
 
 
Check back for more updates! :)
 
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1 DIA: M6 Pitch:1.00mm Length:22mm Flange: 18mm
2 DIA: M6 Pitch:1.00mm Length:20mm Flange: 13mm 
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1 DIA: M5 Pitch:.80mm Length:15mm Flange:14mm
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3 DIA: M5 Pitch:.80mm Length:15mm Flange:14mm
 
 
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gregjet
Careful of the bigger dome ones below the footpegs. They are soft at cheese and locktighted by a really macho compound.
Also becareful of the front engine bolts. One side of mine was actually stripped in the block. USE a torque wrench.

Go forth and modify my son...go forth and modify...

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chickenchickendinner
i was just thinking about changing my silver bolts to black...thanks for the info!

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iluvspdtt
I was actually thinking the other day about changing out most my silver bolts to a mix of black and blue. My bike has the blue wheels and frame. As I pull bolts and check the sizes for ordering, I'll post them up or I can just send you a pm. You should probably make a "master list" with the number of each size needed.

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Careful of the bigger dome ones below the footpegs. They are soft at cheese and locktighted by a really macho compound. Also becareful of the front engine bolts. One side of mine was actually stripped in the block. USE a torque wrench.
I found this out when putting on my Akra exhaust last weekend. I put the hex bit in and simply wiggled the ratchet into place and it left some nice extra grooves on the head about 1/4 into the bolt. 

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Beemer
 
[attachment id=1847" thumbnail="1]BOOOOOOLTS!

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