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Radiator mount bolt missing

Hello I just joined this forum and yesterday I just bought a 2008 cbr600rr with 11k miles and when I was changing the oil today I noticed the top right bolt that goes into the circler rubber housing for the radiator mount was missing. The rubber tube is hanging right below it and I was wondering where I could possibly get a new bolt for it. The one on the other side is there. Do you guys know where I could get one or the part number or something? Thanks!
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Hello I just joined this forum and yesterday I just bought a 2008 cbr600rr with 11k miles and when I was changing the oil today I noticed the top right bolt that goes into the circler rubber housing for the radiator mount was missing. The rubber tube is hanging right below it and I was wondering where I could possibly get a new bolt for it. The one on the other side is there. Do you guys know where I could get one or the part number or something? Thanks!
I will send a picture tomorrow if I can
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Jackkk16 Radiator mount bolt missing

It’s a machine thread bolt, it’s the same size as the lower rad bracket bolt is 10mm head size with a machine thread I’m not sure the size but it super common Lowe’s and home depot have them. Just take the lower bracket arm bolt out that’s attached the head and see if it fits the threads and make sure the length is good some are shorter and some are longer. I wanna say it’s a m12 bolt or close to that. Used bikes be sure to go through every bolt and nut and make sure there snug, vibration loosens them every once in while

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Look at this CBR part diagram and tell me what number part your missing and I can give you exact size
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It’s a machine thread bolt, it’s the same size as the lower rad bracket bolt is 10mm head size with a machine thread I’m not sure the size but it super common Lowe’s and home depot have them. Just take the lower bracket arm bolt out that’s attached the head and see if it fits the threads and make sure the length is good some are shorter and some are longer. I wanna say it’s a m12 bolt or close to that. Used bikes be sure to go through every bolt and nut and make sure there snug, vibration loosens them every once in while
what’s the lower rad bracket?
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Look at this CBR part diagram and tell me what number part your missing and I can give you exact size
sorry but the diagram is all blurry and I can’t see a thing
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there is no bolt on the right hand upper mount. the rubber grommet slides over a pin. there is nothing missing on your bike.
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there is no bolt on the right hand upper mount. the rubber grommet slides over a pin. there is nothing missing on your bike.
are u sure? Cuz the other side has a bolt in it
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No I'm making **** up for no reason.


The right side upper Mount slides over a pin. Then the left side secures with a bolt to prevent the rad from coming off. This is a typical installation.


If you refuse to believe me just go look closer, or get someone to show you theirs. There is no bolt on the right side upper Mount.

I'm not pleading my case with you any more than this.
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No I'm making **** up for no reason.


The right side upper Mount slides over a pin. Then the left side secures with a bolt to prevent the rad from coming off. This is a typical installation.


If you refuse to believe me just go look closer, or get someone to show you theirs. There is no bolt on the right side upper Mount.

I'm not pleading my case with you any more than this.
how do I send a picture on here?
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Here’s a diagram from my mechanic software for your exact year and bike unless something was changed before you owned it.Click image for larger version

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ok this is my last post on the matter. this "mechanic" dude is taking you so far off course it's getting funny.

the pic he just posted is of a previous generation bike. it's a pic from the 05-06 fiche.

here it is in a resolution you can see. you'll notice that it shows there's a bolt on the right side mount, but there is NOT A BOLT on the left side mount. in 2008 the same mounting is used, but the right side is where the pin is, and the left side gets the bolt

06rad by William Glancy, on Flickr




this is your 2008 diagram. see how there's no bolt on the left? that's because THERE ******* ISN'T ONE

08rad by William Glancy, on Flickr





look with your own GD eyes. no bolt! and guess what? there aren't even threads for a bolt. so next time you want to ask a dumb question about a non problem with your bike, then challenge the only reasonable answer, maybe open your ******* eye holes and look for yourself. there's absolutely no reason that i should have to defend myself when i'm giving you a simple answer to a simple question. then this "mechanic" comes along and gives you a bunch of bullshit. the only reason i'm back is because he's so goddamn wrong about this stupid question

******* hell. i'm done here. your little "mechanic's software" is only as useful as the operator.

20190628_082306 by William Glancy, on Flickr

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ok this is my last post on the matter. this "mechanic" dude is taking you so far off course it's getting funny.

the pic he just posted is of a previous generation bike. it's a pic from the 05-06 fiche.

here it is in a resolution you can see. you'll notice that it shows there's a bolt on the right side mount, but there is NOT A BOLT on the left side mount. in 2008 the same mounting is used, but the right side is where the pin is, and the left side gets the bolt

06rad by William Glancy, on Flickr




this is your 2008 diagram. see how there's no bolt on the left? that's because THERE ******* ISN'T ONE

08rad by William Glancy, on Flickr





look with your own GD eyes. no bolt! and guess what? there aren't even threads for a bolt. so next time you want to ask a dumb question about a non problem with your bike, then challenge the only reasonable answer, maybe open your ******* eye holes and look for yourself. there's absolutely no reason that i should have to defend myself when i'm giving you a simple answer to a simple question. then this "mechanic" comes along and gives you a bunch of bullshit. the only reason i'm back is because he's so goddamn wrong about this stupid question

******* hell. i'm done here. your little "mechanic's software" is only as useful as the operator.

20190628_082306 by William Glancy, on Flickr
wow your a ******* jerk. Sorry I just got the ******* bike and don’t know everything about it. You would think they would put a bolt on the other side because there is one on the right.
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And I told you they didn't and you said I was full of ****.


There are no threads to even put a bolt into.


If you want to argue at least look at the goddamn bike before you start.
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I never said u were full of **** so ur ******* retarded
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And I told you they didn't and you said I was full of ****.


There are no threads to even put a bolt into.


If you want to argue at least look at the goddamn bike before you start.
don’t put words in my mouth that I never said u fucker
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Finally some arguing going on...yeah!

It’s OK, OP. Wibbly knows his ****. There are a couple of guys on here that know these bikes better than any of us ever will, and he is one of them.

Don’t take the **** taking to personal, ok.
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