These are great to keep around as spares and replacements. Often it's cheaper to get a 10-pack of these bolts than it is to order a couple of OEM ones! If you're not sure what size you need, sometimes it's easy to look up the bolt in the OEM diagram and match the description to the dropdown for this product. If it doesn't say there specifically, just remember that when you see the size it works like this: Thread diameter x Thread pitch x Length. Sometimes the thread diameter is not called out explicitly, like "M8x20" because there is generally only one standard thread for that diameter. Other times you might have options and the thread will be shown like this: "M6x1x40". The first number should always be the diameter, last number should be the length in mm.
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Q: 2016 Honda crf45r counter shaft sprocket bolt. Cracked mine is this a good replacement? Oem?
4 months 14 days ago
Top 254 months 14 days ago
A: These would not work to hold the countershaft sprocket, you would need to purchase the OEM bolt with Honda part number 90112-413-000. If you have any questions give us a call at 1-888-676-8853.
Q: I need OEM reading of this item 51166-35f00
Over 8 months ago
Top 10Over 8 months ago
A: Suzuki recommends that only their part number 51166-35F00 be used for fastening the triple clamps on their motorcycles.
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