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    Senior Member Retrofit's Avatar
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    For the past two weeks I’ve been taking apart the TW200 with the fuel out the airbox issue. Being that I will be out of town for the next 3 weeks i decided I’d lightly put it all back together so nothing gets lost (3 kids). Well... i have three ziploc bags. one is the carb parts and bolts, the second is the oil parts and bolts and the third is the fairing bag with rear fender, seat and tank parts. When i was all done i had one specialized bolt left in the fairing bag. Have looked everywhere and can’t figure it out. It's not a normal bolt, so I'm figuring it is something special, and it is very possible that i put a bolt in the wrong bag at some point. I just can’t locate or remember where it goes. As normal i took lots of photos while dissemble, thought i would locate it someplace in the photo collection but didn’t. Help?


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    I can't recall every finding a factory-installed allen head on Tdub.




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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    I can't recall every finding a factory-installed allen head on Tdub.


    Late models have had progressively increasing numbers of buttonhead allens in places we're used to seeing hex heads. Factory ones usually have a greenish tint.



    No telling where that'n came from.



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    The one on the right is a quarter.. (o;.. I've had my fairing apart and never noticed a bolt like that. Sorry. OMM.

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    I think someone might have dropped it in your parts pile just to mess with your mind.




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