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post #1 of 8 Old 08-09-2019, 03:55 AM Thread Starter
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Bar end screw size

Hey does anyone have the screw size on hand for the bar end weight? thank you!

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disregard. found it under the parts diagram

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You could have mentioned your findings to possibly help others on the forum?
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I replaced them with ordinary screws some time ago to make the bike narrower.
Sorry, I don't remember the size.
I expected that there would be more vibrations. But this is not what happened. It seems the vibrations are exactly as before.
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On the parts diagram it says M5x50. Going to go shorter. I hope to fit bar end mirrors with a small spacer to remove and interference with the throttle.


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Update: i bought a shorter screw but the diameter was way too small. The OEM screw also does not fit any of the sizes at my hardware store. Anyone replaced this screw with a shorter one or have any suggestions? I am trying to fit bar end mirrors and the OEM screw stick out way too far. Thanks.


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Update: i bought a shorter screw but the diameter was way too small. The OEM screw also does not fit any of the sizes at my hardware store. Anyone replaced this screw with a shorter one or have any suggestions? I am trying to fit bar end mirrors and the OEM screw stick out way too far. Thanks.


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I just check from when I bought the replacement: It's a metric screw with 6mm diameter.
I used 20mm long screws to replace the weights. I don't remember if you can use longer screws.
The diameter inside the throttle grip is about 17mm. If you use a washer the diameter should not be more than 16mm.
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I just check from when I bought the replacement: It's a metric screw with 6mm diameter.

I used 20mm long screws to replace the weights. I don't remember if you can use longer screws.

The diameter inside the throttle grip is about 17mm. If you use a washer the diameter should not be more than 16mm.


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