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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-10-2008, 12:41 AM Thread Starter
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Remove kick stand help!

I need to remove the bolt that holds the kickstand on because the little bolt that goes through the sensor snapped during my lowside last week! So i got the replacement bolts but i cant take the one on there off. Ive tried from the exhaust side(the nut) but its tending to start stripping. From the front(the bolt) i tried it all but it wont budge! Soaked it in liquid wrench! Any ideas from the experienced? Thanks in advance!!
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-10-2008, 10:01 AM
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i don't mean to come off sounding like a prick, but...

are you sure you're turing it the right way?
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Drill and Tap if you farked the threads up.
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Dude i just did the same thing to my bike...............you are talking about the bolt that threads into the head of another bolt right? I got it off by just using a box wrench on the larger nut(14mm closest to the exhaust) and simultaniously using a socket wrench on the bolt head(this should be the bolt facing outwards as you look at the bike). Also i used a pipe to gain leverage on the 14mm bolt. The pipe made all the difference.
It should be #9 and #7 that you are wrenching on bud. Hope this helps, ed.

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Dude i just did the same thing to my bike...............you are talking about the bolt that threads into the head of another bolt right? I got it off by just using a box wrench on the larger nut(14mm closest to the exhaust) and simultaniously using a socket wrench on the bolt head(this should be the bolt facing outwards as you look at the bike). Also i used a pipe to gain leverage on the 14mm bolt. The pipe made all the difference.
It should be #9 and #7 that you are wrenching on bud. Hope this helps, ed.
lol. dude thats crazy. but ya im doing the EXACT same thing with #9 and #7 on the same bike!orange 600 lol.ive tried the 14mm box wrench on the nut but its tending to slip and strip.ill give it another go along with the 12mm bolt socket. Thanks for the advice bro.hope i get it!
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try penetrant lube and let it sit for awhile,

they are really abitch to come off no doubt!
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finally got it off..thanks for the ideas guys

Oh and anyone got a spare kickstand senor for an 06 let me know!
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Here you go bro...........kickstand sensor for any year $10
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=95061

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good looking.i asked that guy b4 but he took too long to reply and i already bought another one for cheap.thanks
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