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Mirror Plate To Nose Cone Bolts?

Discussion in 'YZF-R125 Area' started by deedee97, Jul 27, 2020.

  1. deedee97

    deedee97 New Member

    Hi, don't suppose anyone knows the sizing of the two bolts that go into the mirror plate into the nose cone? Having a nightmare with this and would appreciate a pointer. Cheers

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  3. NorthCust

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  4. deedee97

    deedee97 New Member

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    These are the ones I've got, probably not OEM but do the job just fine.
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    Head width: ~10.3mm Thread width: ~5.85mm (M6 basically)
    Length doesn't really matter (as long as the bolt reaches the internal thread) since there's plenty of room in the inside of the nose - pretty sure one of my bolts is 40mm long (mismatch because reasons :p)
    Length of that one I think is roughly 30mm including the head
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  7. deedee97

    deedee97 New Member

    Top lads cheers. Dont suppose you know the speedometer screw sizes aswell do you? Sorry newbie here lol!

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    not sure which item you mean sorry..?
  9. deedee97

    deedee97 New Member

    The screws that hold the speedometer in place I dropped the bike and the speedometer came off the bike so it hangs freely?

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    > Dont suppose you know the speedometer screw sizes aswell do you?
    I'd love to help on this one but my bike is a bit of a Frankenstein's monster, lot's of mismatch screws/bolts that aren't intended to be there (You just can't see them :p)
    The screws that hold the speedo are just self-tappers, any will work as long as they aren't too long or else say bye bye to your circuit board inside - I'd also recommend to go with the set NorthCust linked, always helpful to have extra screws that you can experiment with/replace with in case some fall out
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  12. deedee97

    deedee97 New Member

    Nice one bud Il order the set in now then. Yeah it seems to be crazy prices for 3 screws from yamaha. I found 3 screws to be around 16 quid shipped..

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  13. deedee97

    deedee97 New Member

    Think mines gonna end up that way by the end of the year lol cheers for your help pal! Gonna order the set he linked

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  14. AxionUK

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    > Think mines gonna end up that way by the end of the year lol cheers for your help pal!
    No worries, if it works it works :D

    > Gonna order the set he linked
    She*

    Btw that blue looks amazing, there's no way that's OEM paint right?
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