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I switched out the exhaust on my 05 600 RR and had a few misplaced bolts when I was done, seemingly because the new exhaust came with some new hardware. Anyway, now I switched out the front turn signals and took the bike for a ride to test them at night afterward. The next day I noticed that I was missing one of the three silver bolts on the right fairing. There are three Silver bolts that run right up the side and the top one was gone. Then I noticed that I was missing one of the bolts that holds the rear view mirror on the right side also.

Does anyone know what sizes these are or where the heck I can get them? I was looking into colored bolt kits already but cant seem to find any that are bike specific. PLEASE HELP!!! I am going out of my mind with these bolts!
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if u dig around online you can find a pdf parts diagram for our bikes... they have the oe part #s for all the nuts and bolts as well as everything else...
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item # 14 in this link is the middle fairing bolt http://www.ronayers.com/fiche/200_04...50&parent=5240
item # 23 in this link is the mirror bolt
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Thanks, I found them actually from another post of yours in a different forum after searching around. I'm gonna hit Home Depot for the parts on the way home from work today...I was told they should have what I need...
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Just goto a local fastener store...

or you can get pro-bolts for www.tastynuts.com
Just look for a US distributors..

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Cool Guys, Thanks for all your help
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buy extra i loose them all the time
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Hey, just wanted to let you all know that Home Depot didnt have them...I found what I needed on that site moeman but I think $8 shipping for two bolts is steep. Its not even the $, its the principal, you know?
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Hey, just wanted to let you all know that Home Depot didnt have them...I found what I needed on that site moeman but I think $8 shipping for two bolts is steep. Its not even the $, its the principal, you know?
Try Ace Hardware.. or look in your yellow pages or online and find a Fastener store.. They should carry them or be able to order them for you...

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also check local sport bike service shops / dealers... there's one here that will order just a single oe bolt if u need it... i just had em order the rubber dealy that goes on the shift pedal... felt retarded, but they did it :)

or, you could order bunches o spares to make the most of that 8 dollar shipping ;)
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Just go to your local dealer. I went to a suzuki dealership today and order some rubber oem grommets for my honda and they order it.
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