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martin1969

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martin1969 says:

does anyone know this bolt size

Hello everyone,urgent help needed.

Ive been doing a 2000 plate suzuki gsx750f up for a while now.Its nearly complete but Ive gone and lost the 2 bolts what bolt the rear caliper to the caliper hanger.

Can any of you good folk give Me the exact size for these bolts so I can trace some,or better still,has anyone got a couple to flog..

 

 thankyou.....Martin.

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robsot

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robsot says:

I would

imagine they are just M10 bolts.....

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robsot

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robsot says:

have

a look at these for a GSX650f  there are non for the 750f

http://www.probolt-usa.com/Products/GSX650F_08_Brake_Caliper_Rear_Mount_Bolt_Kit

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martin1969

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martin1969 says:

thanks robsot

Thats a great help cheers.Theres a bolt&nut place I know of.I`ll take the hanger and caliper with Me when I go again and ask to try an m10..Last time I went the young chap there sez we can`t get the size from the holes,only the bolts themselfs..thanks again..

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robsot

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robsot says:

ok mate

most threads are just a standard size so im sure u will get sorted out

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smidget

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smidget says:

Martin

I would suggest that you try a bolt from one of the front calipers for size, I believe they will be the same as the rear caliper bolts, then take one of these with you on your search.

If you can't find any at a bolt specialists, try from a bike breakers.

P.S. I am not an expert.

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martin1969

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martin1969 says:

thanks guys

yeh cheers for that advice everyone.I think what Ill do is go to the main dealers.probaly cost abit more but it`l be rite then.

Yeh smidget thanks for that bud, I tride that mate and the front caliper bolts are thicker..

 

         thanks       Martin..

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