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The table below was provided by Jeff Nelson (Rempss) and reflects part numbers for Totally Stainless Thanks, Jeff!
12 POINT USTYPESIZELENGTHQTYCATALOGCOSTTOTAL
O.D.
FRONT UPPER TIE-BAR LEFTBOLT3/82 3/412-3839
WSH-ST.81522-4265
WSH-SM.63022-4207
NUT12-4066
FRONT UPPER TIE-BAR RIGHTBOLT3/81 1/212-3883
WSH-ST.81522-4265
WSH-SM.63022-4207
WSH-LK12-4307
FRONT LOWER TIE-BAR LEFTBOLT3/81 1/212-3883
WSH-ST.81522-4265
WSH-SM.63022-4207
NUT12-4066
FRONT LOWER TIE-BAR RIGHTBOLT3/8213-3885
WSH-ST.81522-4265
WSH-SM.63022-4207
WSH-LK12-4307
MIDDLE TIE-BAR LEFTBOLT3/82 1/412-3886
WSH-ST.81522-4265
WSH-SM.63022-4207
NUT12-4066
MIDDLE TIE-BAR RIGHTBOLT3/8212-3885
WSH-ST.81522-4265
WSH-SM.63022-4207
NUT12-4066
REAR TIE-BAR LEFTBOLT3/81 1/212-3883
WSH-ST.81522-4265
WSH-SM.63022-4207
NUT12-4066
REAR TIE-BAR RIGHTBOLT3/81 1/212-3883
WSH-ST.81522-4265
WSH-SM.63022-4207
NUT12-4066
12 POINT USTYPESIZELENGTHQTYCATALOGCOSTTOTAL
O.D.
MUFFLER FRONT BOLT5/164 1/212-3814
WSH-ST.75022-4218
WSH-SM.56522-4206
NUT12-4065
MUFFLER REARBOLT5/16232-3871
WSH-ST.75062-4218
WSH-SM.56562-4206
NUT32-4065
MIDDLE HEAD MOUNTBOLT3/81 1/422-3882
WSH-ST.81522-4265
MUFFLER / SHOCK MOUNT BOLT3/8622-3893
NEEDS A SPACER ABOUT 1/2"WSH-ST.81542-4265
WSH-SM.63042-4207
NUT22-4066
RIGHT CALIPER MOUNTBOLT3/8122-3881
REAR SPROCKETBOLT7/161 1/252-3868
WSH-LR.92052-4266
CASE 1/2BOLT5/162 1/222-3822
FRONT ROTOR BOLT5/167/852-3815
WSH-LK5/1652-4306
ISOLATOR PLATEBOLT5/16132-3816
NUT32-4065
ALLEN HEAD STANDARD USTYPESIZELENGTHQTYCATALOGCOSTTOTAL
O.D.
PRIMARY COVERCAP1/42 1/442-0310
CAP1/41 3/472-0308
WSH-SM.433111-2003
DERBY COVERCAP1/45/842-0302
WSH-SM.43341-2003
CHAIN INSPECTION COVERFLAT1/45/822-0641
PASSENGER FOOTPEG MOUNTFLAT5/161 1/242-0661
NUT42-4065
PASSENGER FOOTPEGCAP3/81 1/222-0345
NUT22-4066
SPEEDOMETER SENSORCAP1/45/812-0302
WSH-SM.43311-2003
GEARCASECAP1/41 1/462-0306
SOME EXTRAS HERE, BUT COMPLETECAP1/41 3/462-0308
CAP1/4262-0309
CAP1/42 1/462-0310
WSH-SM.433151-2003
TAPPET RETAINERCAP1/47/822-0304
WSH-SM.43321-2003
PUSHROD COVERCAP5/163/442-0322
WSH-SM.56542-4206
TRIPLE TREE PINCH LARGECAP7/161 3/442-0364
TRIPLE TREE PINCH SMALLCAP5/16112-0324
TRIPLE TREE BRAKE LINECAP1/43/412-0303
WSH-SM.43311-2003
WSH-LR.56012-4227
ALLEN HEAD STANDARD USTYPESIZELENGTHQTYCATALOGCOSTTOTAL
O.D.
REAR SUBFRAME SEATCAP3/81 1/442-0344
WSH-ST.81542-4265
WSH-SM.63042-4207
NUT42-4066
INSTRUMENT PANELCAP1/43/422-0303
WSH-SM.43321-2003
VOLTAGE REGULATORCAP1/4122-0305
WSH-SM.43321-2003
STAR22-4348
HEADLAMP MOUNTCAP1/4142-0305
WSH-SM.43341-2003
FUEL TANK BRACKETCAP1/4122-0305
WSH-SM.43321-2003
ECMCAP1/4122-0305
WSH-SM.43321-2003
STAR22-4348
HANDLEBARCAP5/16142-0324
LICENSE PLATECAP1/4142-0305
WSH-SM.43341-2003
NUT42-4064
GROUND STRAPCAP5/163/412-0322
WSH-LK12-4306
SIDE STANDCAP1/47/812-0304
WSH-SM.43311-2003
DRIVE SUPPORT ARMCAP5/161 1/422-0325
WSH-SM.56542-4206
INTAKE MANIFOLDCAP5/163/442-0322
WSH-SM.56542-4206
SPROCKET COVERCAP1/4212-0309
WSH-SM.43311-2003
ALLEN HEAD METRICTYPESIZELENGTHQTYCATALOGCOSTTOTAL
O.D.
FRONT AXLE PINCHCAP8MM3541-1264
REAR MASTER CYLINDERCAP6MM2021-1147
WSH-SM1141-2003
REAR ROTORFLAT10MM2541-1450
WSH-LR1941-2013
NUT41-3026
HEADLAMPCAP8MM2021-1161
WSH-SM14.721.2004
FRONT FENDER LOWERCAP6MM2021-1147
WSH-SM1121-2003
FRONT BRAKE ASSEMBLYCAP8MM4541-1166
WSH-LK42-4317
REAR BRAKE LEVERCAP8MM3011-1163
WSH-SM14.711-2004
NUT11-3025
BODYTYPESIZELENGTHQTYCATALOGCOSTTOTAL
O.D.
REAR FENDER UPPERCAP1/41202-0305
WSH-LR.560302-4227
REAR FENDER LOWERCAP1/4122-0305
WSH-LR.56042-4227
CHIN FAIRINGCAP1/4112-0305
WSH-LR.56042-4227
FUEL TANK COVERCAP1/4142-0305
WSH-LR.56042-4227
SCOOPCAP1/4132-0305
WSH-LR.56042-4227
AIRBOXCAP1/4132-0305
WSH-LR.56032-4227
FLYSCREEN/CHINCAP 8-321102-0927
WSH-LR.375102-4214
FRONT FENDER UPPERCAP1/41 1/222-0307
WSH-SM.43321-2003
WSH-LR.56022-4227
NUT22-4064
MISC.TYPESIZELENGTHQTYCATALOGCOSTTOTAL
O.D.
WSH-SM1/4.433201-2003
WSH-LR1/4.560202-4227
WSH-SM.565202-4206
WSH-ST.750202-4218
WSH-SM3/8.630202-4207
WSH-ST3/8.815202-4265
WSH-LK5/16"202-4306
WSH-LK3/8"202-4307
WSH-LK7/16"202-4308
NUT1/4"202-4064
NUT5/16"202-4065
NUT3/8"202-4066
SHORT NUT3/8"202-4081

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Reepicheep
Posted on Sunday, June 13, 2004 - 10:30 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Custodian/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Custodian/Admin only)

Excellent Steveford, it worked perfectly... but I did have to hit a couple auto parts stores before somebody had one. I will have to scare up a full set of inserts to have laying around, very handy and as easy as can be to install.

I ended up putting two in each hole, but don't think it was necessary. I figured if the first strips out, I could just buy a longer bolt and be back in business. For the punch (the only part not included in the Napa Helicoil kit, $25 and included 15 coils), I just found a big nail and cut the head square with a hacksaw. Worked great.

Thanks again!
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Oxford
Posted on Monday, June 14, 2004 - 10:02 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Custodian/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Custodian/Admin only)

Hi guys. I have an easy one. I have a '97 S1 and had to rebuild from the bottom up. After putting the Engine all back together and into the bike, There is one little thing. That braided wire strap in the back, where does it go? What does it bolt up to? I can't find anything on it in the manual.
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Steveford
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Reepicheep,
Only one HeliCoil per hole, please!
Oxford,
That sounds like your main ground strap. On my 98 S3 it goes from near the rearmost tie bar by the swing arm and up to the frame crossbar behind the battery.
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Reepicheep
Posted on Monday, June 14, 2004 - 09:21 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Custodian/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Custodian/Admin only)

In hindsight, the second one was unnecessary, but the instructions said that if it is a deep hole, put in two, so thats what I did, it worked fine.

It was a waste of two helicoils though...
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Bomber
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sometimes, the second helicoil won't line up right with the first, and the threads won't allow full installation of the fastener (don't ask ;-}
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Cliff
Posted on Monday, August 23, 2004 - 02:33 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Custodian/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Custodian/Admin only)

Dumb question, even harley can't or wont answer. Does anyone know what size the rear bolt that holds on the rear bake caliper on a 99 m2 cyclone is? I know there are two but they are different sizes, I need the rear one. Harley wants to sell me the entire rear caliper for 175 dollars.
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Awprior
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The bolt takes a 13 mm socket (which usually dictates the size of the bolt unless it's something really strange, and I don't have my charts or screw gage next to me), and is 14.8 mm long, from the end of the flanged head to the end of the threads. You should be able to find it at an auto parts store etc, if not, try Fastenall or McMaster.
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Bbd
Posted on Sunday, September 19, 2004 - 09:32 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Custodian/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Custodian/Admin only)

can anyone tell me the length of the 2 x m10 bolts that hold the starter motor on ?
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Lake_bueller
Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2005 - 12:24 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Custodian/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Custodian/Admin only)

Anybody know what size screws are used for the petcock?

Thanks!!!

Dennis
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Bomber
Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2005 - 12:39 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Custodian/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Custodian/Admin only)

depends, mennis -- on late model tubers, there are brass inserts in the tank,and these take bolts (I could guess on the sixe, but I'd likely be wrong -- that said, they look like #10 fine thread by about 1.25 inches)

on early models, with no inserts in the tank, the fasteners seem to be sheet metal screw like dealios . . . . . .. again, I'd guess #10
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Lake_bueller
Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2005 - 02:40 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Custodian/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Custodian/Admin only)

Why don't they put this info in the service manual? They never give you all the info (like the size and thread type of bolts)
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Mikej
Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2005 - 02:46 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Custodian/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Custodian/Admin only)

Because sometimes they do running changes and a common running change is a change in fastener sizes. Somewhere buried on the site here is a listing of mostly all the hardware found on some year of tube frame Buell that someone did up once a couple of years ago if I recall correctly. Don't know if it still exists or if it got lost in one of the major system crashes we had back then when people were requested to repost any saved data or messages they had at the time. I do recall it was a pretty extensive hardware listing though. Might be worth a search to see if it has what you're looking for, if it's still alive on the site here.
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Well what do you know, there's that list right at the top of this page here. Will wonders never cease. How about that. Didn't see a petcock screw though. (Wait, there's something funny about that sentence, oh well.)

(Message edited by mikej on March 31, 2005)
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Henrik
Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2005 - 04:19 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Custodian/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Custodian/Admin only)

Lake; some of that info can be found in the parts catalog for your bike - not all, but some of it.

Of course that doesn't help you right now ... : )

Henrik
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Kdkerr2
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The motor companies [both Harley and Buell] don't put that screw length data in their service manuals because they think that a lot of their customers are morons and they don't want us to buy their service manuals in the first place. That way at the very least some us will buy screws that are too short and then strip out our aluminum parts forcing us to buy replacement parts or at least helicoils [which can be installed at the service department]. KK
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Cyclonemike
Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2005 - 04:56 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Custodian/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Custodian/Admin only)

Hi, I'm new here so if this is posted in the wrong place, sorry. I usually post on another board but enjoy reading through this site. I've got a problem and can't seem to find all the info I need here. It's probably here somewhere, I even saw a photo of a similar problem, but I need more. Here's the problem, just got back from vacation, put around 1200 miles on my '02 Cyclone, giving it a good bath Sun. and found one of the bolts that bolt through the front isolator to the head has snapped off. I've parked the bike but had to order bolts from dealer. I can't find the torque specs on these bolts anywhere. Also is there a certain procedure to follow to fix this? Thanks for any help you can offer. Mike
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Henrik
Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2005 - 05:22 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Custodian/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Custodian/Admin only)

Hoser posted this description as well as the bulletin #. Don't know if that's still current.

http://www.badweatherbikers.com/cgibin/discus/show.cgi?tpc=47623&post=357885#POS T357885

Does anyone have the actual .pdf of the bulletin?

Can anyone confirm that the bulletin mentioned - B018 issued May 1999 - is still current
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Cyclonemike
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Hey Henrik, thanks alot, that will give me something to go by. Mike
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Cyclonemike
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well the repair didn't go so good. The easy-out removed the broken bolt but tore out the threads with it. I drilled and tapped it for the next size bigger bolt. Thought it was all good till I put the final torque on the bolts and the head cracked at the bolt boss. Damn it. Guess now I gotta pull off the head and try to fix it. Any suggestions?cracked head
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