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Hey guys,
I need your help, does anyone know or can somebody measure the size of the screws belonging to these parts of my F4 1000R MY10 Year 2010:

-Tail fairing upper part to rear frame (ca. 8 screws)
-Airbox/ Tank fairing (smaller screws)

here some picture of what I have to attach to the bike, so you know which screws are missing:




I have not got the original screws so i cannot fix my fairing on my bike which really grinds my gear at the moment, because the rest of my bike is ready to ride ;)

Thanks a lot! I am really stranded:stickpoke
 

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I think they are 3 mm on the tank covers. 4 mm on the tail....but I'm not certain. If you live in the US you might find your friendly Ace Hardware store has single screws available for pennies to try.

Or buy a vernier caliper and measure. CAG probably has some screws if you can determine length and diameter. Also check parts catalog descriptions. Part numbers frequently provide the info.
 

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The last pic of the side panels...errmm they aren't screwed on they have a forward locator and a moulded peg that pops into a rubber grommet thingy.

The second pic, if they are same as 2009, they are 4mm screw into a well nut. There is a little plastic washer which is probably important for the finish as insignificant as it looks. On the 09 the screen screws are the same and there's a good chance this is so for mY10 too.. Take one out of your screen and try it...

On the tail pcs I would go in the garage and pull out a few screws 4/5mm sort of size and see what gives..

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screw sizes?

Shrew;
go to the parts manual look up the number of the missing bolts, go to the back of the manual and see where else they are used on the bike and go to one those locations pull out one and measure it

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Guys I will be so glad when the bike is finally assembled^^ Thank you for your help
 
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