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Question Bolt information

This might have already been addressed but I have not found anything as of yet.

Any idea what type of bolt is used that fastens the side cover bracket to the frame?

Pictures attached show the diagram from bike bandit, the spot the bolts would go, and a picture of the bolt itself. I trying to see if I can pick something up from a hardware store rather than buying something online.

I'm looking on the bike bandit diagram and I see the bracket, but no accompanying hardware.

2007 rebel. Currently in the process of cleaning the carb, and replacing the chain and sprockets. I'm trying out the 14t 30t setup as some have had great results.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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post #2 of 5 Unread Yesterday, 06:15 PM
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common bolt - available at most hardware stores

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Take the bolt with you, the store should be able to match it.

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If that is the bolt in your hand, you won't be able to find an exact match at a hardware store. I have bought millions of bolts at hardware stores and have never seen a flanged bolt. You would need to use a washer under the bolt.

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Most all of those frame bolts are M6 (metric 6mm diameter), most hardware stores carry the shorter ones fully threaded.

If you have to get one a tad longer, thread a nut onto it, grind it down to length, then grind a 45 bevel around the end, finally remove the nut to clean the threads.

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