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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-08-2016, 12:32 AM Thread Starter
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What screw size is this?

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Help me a little please
What screw size on number 21?


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If that's from a Rivale then I can't be sure.
Even the manual is less helpful than usual.
Its part number is 8A00B2752.

The manual calls it a "Screw" and does not include its dimensions or pitch.

Maybe one of the Rivale owners can help out.
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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-08-2016, 05:20 AM
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I take it you maybe want to remove the arm which holds the rear plate, and install a tail tidy, I have the dragster and have done so. You can order shorter replacement bolts (8000B2752) that are used on the F3 or the B3 Brutale from your MV dealer as they are interchangeable and were only $30 NZD the pair . From my understanding the bolts need to be a specific designated MV bolt to suit the threads pitch on the eccentric hub, the alternative is you can make a spacer from some tubing Inside Diameter 12mm max OD 18mm cut to 30mm long and still use the longer bolts once you remove the lisence plate arrm as I also had done prior to recieving the shorter bolts.
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It's a M12x1.25mm Capscrew, the length you'll have to measure to suit your requirements. Don't overtighten it.
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To conclude this thread, the listed screw is from a B3...so it is the shorter screw.

It will work to replace the longer screw for the rear hub pinch bolts when removing the mudguard.

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