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Gookie Monster 11-19-2011 06:39 AM

Anybody have the tyga rearsets? Question about a bolt
 
So the bolt that goes to the brake light switch fell out while I was riding today :(

does anybody know the size of the bolt?

Wildwhl 11-20-2011 03:15 AM

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Originally Posted by Gookie Monster (Post 688930)
So the bolt that goes to the brake light switch fell out while I was riding today :(

does anybody know the size of the bolt?

I probably have spares...PM me your addy. Throw some pics up of the rearsets ;)

WW

b.miller123 11-20-2011 04:08 PM

You've got to use loctite on just about everything on these bikes. I had the bolt that goes to the rear end of the shift rod fall out on my last track day. Luckily I was in 3rd gear and it happened one turn before the pits.

Wildwhl 11-20-2011 04:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by b.miller123 (Post 689019)
You've got to use loctite on just about everything on these bikes. I had the bolt that goes to the rear end of the shift rod fall out on my last track day. Luckily I was in 3rd gear and it happened one turn before the pits.

You're not suggesting there's any vibration on these great rides, are ya :p

(Loctite is your friend)

WW

Gookie Monster 11-20-2011 04:59 PM

Wonder if I can buy loctite in bulk at Costco...lol

So after a trip to home depot and having the wrong bolt, the bolt kit I have that I didn't noice had the bolt I needed. Boy did I feel stupid. Lol

I'll try and get a pic or two of the rear sets

JBs_SP3 11-22-2011 06:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gookie Monster (Post 688930)
So the bolt that goes to the brake light switch fell out while I was riding today :(

does anybody know the size of the bolt?

M4 x 10 mm


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