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Anyone know the size and thread pitch for passenger peg mounting bolts?

Anyone? Are they the same size/threads as the rearset bolts?

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Are they the same thread and length as the rider peg bolts?

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Two are, two aren't as far as I remember, because they go through the foot rests, through the subframe, and screw into the exhaust hanger bracket.

I'm going from memory here.
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Exhaust hanger bracket? Really? From what I remember they just mount right onto the subframe tabs.

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CAG I think what you are talking about is only true from Brutale's.

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Yes, I am talking about the Brutale, sorry. Passenger foot rests on an F4 is just wrong. My mind refuses to recognize it.
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LOL, tell that to my wife! I almost hate to say it but I think she loved my bike more than I do.

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Pitch should be 1.5.
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1.5 pitch
and 8mm thread
in the uk sizes standard metric thread

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