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Old 02-18-2014, 02:00 AM   #1
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Bolt size

I need a new nut for the bolt that bolts the wing mirror on. 2007 ZX6R

Does anyone know the size of the bolt and thread? I.e. M6/M8/M10 etc

My company has a close relationship with a metal working company so going to see if I can get one for nothing
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Old 02-18-2014, 03:51 AM   #2
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11053 is the Mirror & Meter Bracket
92210 seem to be the Mirror Nuts (QTY 4) and since 92210A is the same nut just with a clamp on it, I'd say your mirrors are M6 bolts.

Why not just take the mirror with you to work or at least at home measure thread pattern and bolt size?
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M6? You are brilliant.

Thank you
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Old 02-18-2014, 05:16 AM   #4
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You have the mirror I assume. You can take it to any hardware store and they have a gauge that will tell you the size. You can buy one for a few cents. A well stocked store should even have the same style flanged nut on hand.
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Old 02-18-2014, 05:39 AM   #5
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Buy a chaser set. It is the most used tool in my shop. I think I found a great set at NAPA. It was $10 and it had three metal disks. Holes in the disks told you what diameter, along the edges are cuts that you fit the bolt against for pitches.

I use them more than any other tool in my shop (except my brain, and my ratchet)
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Also, I know your adverse to spending money but I've found that having a hardware kit is a great thing. You can get a kit from Bolt that has a selection of all the different size hardware you might need.

Japanese Sportbike Pro-Pack: Universal Factory Style Hardware Kit - Japanese Universal - Bolt Kits - Sport Bike - Products : Bolt Motorcycle Hardware

Unfortunately they only have a universal kit for sportbikes. For dirt bikes they have brand specific sets that have all the unique fasteners and such for that brand. I get a set for all my dirt bikes. They are a life saver when your in the woods or at the track and lose a part. And they are really cheap compared to buying individual pieces form the hardware store or a bike shop.
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Lol I don't have an issue spending money. But I have just bought a new car so trying not to spend too much.

I'd rather drop it into a garage and get it done properly but small bits like this I like to attempt myself.
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Lol I don't have an issue spending money. But I have just bought a new car so trying not to spend too much.

I'd rather drop it into a garage and get it done properly but small bits like this I like to attempt myself.
I only ever give it to a private mechanic if i don't have the tools for it.

i can even change tires with 2 tire irons, two 2x4, a longer 2x6, some dish soap and plastic cards cut out of windhield washer jugs.
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