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    Front fender bolts needed

    I need two front fender bolts which are allen key heads for my 87,
    I think they use a 6mm key,
    If you know the metric thread, PLease share and I can order them on line if needed,
    I have two, Just need two more,
    Happy to pay your price if you can help a guy out,
    Thank you,
    Peter B
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    Try taking one out and match it up at your local hardware or big box?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pred View Post
    I need two front fender bolts which are allen key heads for my 87,
    I think they use a 6mm key,
    If you know the metric thread, PLease share and I can order them on line if needed,
    I have two, Just need two more,
    Happy to pay your price if you can help a guy out,
    Thank you,
    Peter B
    I have the bolts you need if you want to add a 3/4 inch spacer between the fork and fender bracket. Had to buy 100 in SS when I raised my fender to give it more clearance for mud. I cut a piece of aluminum round 3/4 inch stock and drilled it to make the 3/4 inch spacers and it works great.

    GaryL
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    If you get really stuck, let me know the width and length of them and I can post you some generic replacements from (metric) South Africa.
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    Hey PeterB, have you solved your fender bolts problem? If not, let me know. I may be able to help.
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    Issue resolved,
    Great guys here ! ! !
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