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post #1 of 11 Old 04-06-2020, 11:28 AM Thread Starter
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Can anyone ID the bolt size?

The bolt that im pointing to fell out while riding and is lost. The one in the picture was a random one in my toolbox that kinda fit. Trying to figure out the OEM bolt size.
This is on the left (if seated). It holds the shifter/brake assembly to the bike. When it fell out the entire assembly let go and dragged on the road.

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post #2 of 11 Old 04-06-2020, 12:55 PM
 
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Okay, i grabbed 2 random 6x30 bolts from the hardware store, one at 1.0 a d 1 at 1.25 pitch. Neither will thread in completely and feels like its galling with a out 8mm still sticking out.

Anyone run into this or have reccomendation to proceed? Dont wanna manhandle the bolt in but im feelin a little hopeless lol
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You posted you got a 6X30 bolt. It takes an 8X30 according to the parts diagram.

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You posted you got a 6X30 bolt. It takes an 8X30 according to the parts diagram.
Ahh misstype there. It was an 8x30mm. I took the 8x30 from the right hand side a d tried the hardware store bolt, threaded perfectly. Then i took the OEM from the right and tried it on the left and it still got hung up and felt like it was galling too. I got a gun cleaning brush out and brushed the inner threads but it didnt help. I think i might need to tap the frame threads. Anyone ever heard of this issue?
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Suggest you find an 8mm thread chaser. It's more apt to dress the threads than cut new ones, like a tap can do. But I've had success (and some failures) using a tap; just have to be careful.

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Thank you, and other contributors. I took her to the shop rather than eff it up. Hope they square it away.
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post #10 of 11 Old 04-09-2020, 09:41 PM
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Ummm, no. As mentioned several times above, it's an 8X30 bolt.

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