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    Left-hand Rider's Footrest Bolt Query

    During the strip and rebuild of my 125/200 conversion I've managed to lose the above bolt. I know it's an M12 of 25~30mm length but could somebody kindly confirm the pitch for me please? Is it a standard 1.5 pitch or a fine pitch?

    Edit: I'm looking to replace it with an A2 stainless bolt, would this be suitable or should it be a high tensile bolt

    Many thanks,
    Mick
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    Quote Originally Posted by buellzebub View Post
    During the strip and rebuild of my 125/200 conversion I've managed to lose the above bolt. I know it's an M12 of 25~30mm length but could somebody kindly confirm the pitch for me please? Is it a standard 1.5 pitch or a fine pitch?

    Edit: I'm looking to replace it with an A2 stainless bolt, would this be suitable or should it be a high tensile bolt

    Many thanks,
    Mick
    In the manual, it says the size is M12x1.25. Does this sound like what you're looking for?
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    That's brilliant, thanks Kris
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    I ask the same questions when I first started working on TWs. Admiral nailed it!!!

    Here’s a printable link, Service Manual TW200E

    http://www.tw-parts.com/macbig2k1/do...ain_manual.pdf
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    Thanks TP, much appreciated
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    Quote Originally Posted by TopPredator View Post
    I ask the same questions when I first started working on TWs. Admiral nailed it!!!

    Here’s a printable link, Service Manual TW200E

    http://www.tw-parts.com/macbig2k1/do...ain_manual.pdf
    For some reason, I only look up the sizes or what I think are the sizes to be more accurate, when it's for someone else. When it's for me I stare at the bolt bin wondering why I didn't look up the size bolt I need out of the manual BEFORE I drove into the store.
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