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Question 08 600rr fairing hardware HELP!

Hi guys ! Am missing a rubber piece that the middle fairing screws unto the tank(see picture below )
Not sure what it is called . any help would be appreciated .

Q1:`where can i purchase something like that ?
Q2: What is it called ?
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Not sure, check ebay, I would assume something related to the middle fairing support or middle fairing rubber?
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It's called a rubber well nut. Your local dealer will be able to sell you a couple.

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It's called a rubber well nut. Your local dealer will be able to sell you a couple.

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This is it right ?
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Looks like it

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Well nut. It's Honda part nr 90156-GZ4-670

I just ordered one myself :P

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Well nut. It's Honda part nr 90156-GZ4-670

I just ordered one myself :P
where did you order yours from ?
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where did you order yours from ?
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Thanks for the link Man.
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They are rubber well nuts, also known as expansion nuts.. The ones that are on the side have a larger "washer" area than the regular well nuts used for the rest of the bike, so be aware of that.. The regular well nuts can be used, but you'll need some patience and small hands to get in there and make it work..
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They are rubber well nuts, also known as expansion nuts.. The ones that are on the side have a larger "washer" area than the regular well nuts used for the rest of the bike, so be aware of that.. The regular well nuts can be used, but you'll need some patience and small hands to get in there and make it work..
i got mad and pulled the other side of the bike to look at the well nut on that side.

the washer area is in fact larger then the ones , that are selling online.
where can i can get the larger ones to buy online ?
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What you need is a 5mm well nut.

http://www.bikebandit.com/oem-parts/...7500#sch558695

It is #33 in the description with manufacturer's part number 90156-GZ4-670

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What you need is a 5mm well nut.

http://www.bikebandit.com/oem-parts/...7500#sch558695

It is #33 in the description with manufacturer's part number 90156-GZ4-670
will take a look. thanks man
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sure thing! just google the part number if you don't want to buy from that site.

90156-GZ4-670 - NUT WELL (5MM) | eBay

that shipping cost more than the part! sheesh

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that shipping cost more than the part! sheesh
+1 I'd probably try to improvise and use something else.
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i ordered 10 of each of the well nuts from a Honda dealer.

IIRC about 2-3$ each.....not cheap.

but super easy, got right part, worked right the first time...and still working.

Honda East Toledo OTF is easy to order parts from.
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Not sure about the size you need, but I bought some generic ones from ebay and they worked for my bike.
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seems like it is the same size well nuts like for the windscreen and you can find those pretty cheap on eBay.

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seems like it is the same size well nuts like for the windscreen and you can find those pretty cheap on eBay.
Exactly what I do... Cheap ass chinese windscreen bolt kit for 5 bucks and you get 6 nuts... just do yourself a favour and after using the nuts, throw those screws far, but really far... they are worthless crap.



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