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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-27-2016, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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What kind of bolt is this?

I had to remove my Ohlins steering damper recently and one of the bolts that fastens under the handlebars is slightly rounded the hex portion of the bolt head.

The bolt itself just lists A2-70, but the overall length of the bolt is about 20mm. Does anyone know what specific type bolt this is? I need to order some extras.

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Depending on how big your hand is it looks like 6x1
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According to the parts manual on Donsy's site, it's M6x18. Part 8D00B2695

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Spark, you should be able to get that at Ace hardware.

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Looks like a standard countersunk head bolt, I'm assuming since can't quite see in the pic it's an allen head. The A2 is the material (stainless 304, A4's are 316) and 70 is the tensile strenght - 700N/mm2

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According to the parts manual on Donsy's site, it's M6x18. Part 8D00B2695
I was searching for a good 5 minutes or so through all of my pdf manuals wondering how you found this part number. I was about to pull up Star Twin's site when i realized I had neglected to download the parts manual. I have now corrected this oversight.

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I was searching for a good 5 minutes or so through all of my pdf manuals wondering how you found this part number. I was about to pull up Star Twin's site when i realized I had neglected to download the parts manual. I have now corrected this oversight.

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My pleasure. It's an easy way to swap for the Ti equivalents, for those who choose to do so.

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