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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-08-2011, 12:12 AM Thread Starter
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dash ("clocks") cover bolt/screw specs?

anyone know the specs (size, thread pitch, etc.) on the the little bolt/screw that holds on the dash (or "clocks") cover on the '08 Brutale?

i'm missing one, and am hoping at avoid the dealer...
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Just remove one of the others, they are a small black 4-gauge self drilling screw, go to a hobby shop or auto parts dealer.
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4mm. Very common. I don't remember it being self tapping though. I though it used a well nut.
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Sorry Carl, I thought he meant the actual screw's used to hold the dash assembly together, not the one's bolting the clock's onto the bracket.

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Just the one that holds the cover on, not the assembly to the bike itself. If it's common that's all I need to know, saves me a wild goose chase trying to match the one I have.

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Find an F4 somewhere and steal one from his windscreen or air box covers.
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