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I bought a set from Stainless Cycle (I think) on eBay long ago. I recall there being two different outfits selling them. I only partially installed it before I sold it, but everything seemed to match up. I think the oil filter cover was a little weird though. They omit the long bolt because it's not easy to find, I believe.



In any case, use some anti-seize on each one to avoid problems. And read up on the stripped stock ones before you try removing them if you haven't already. An impact drive, butane torch (make sure you're not leaking fuel anywhere, don't ask me how I know), and/or penetrating oil are all good to have on hand for that job. Remove one and replace it to avoid your gasket seal coming loose and oil going everywhere.



On your next oil change, try swapping the stator screws out as well, as they only get more difficult as years go on. Be even more careful with them. I don't think they're included in the kits, but there was a post from a French fella on here who had the sizes down I believe.
 

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Anti-seize and loctite are completly different products. I would personally go with anti-seize but if it was a Harly then go with loctite...
 

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This is what I did: http://tw200forum.co...h__1#entry61744



I bought the bolts from MrMetric.com You have to put your own kit together, as in know the sizes you need, and for a couple of bolts you have to buy longer ones and cut them to fit but the price is really cheap. This is just another option you might consider.
 

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This is what I did: http://tw200forum.co...h__1#entry61744



This is just another option you might consider.
I like that you don't have to buy minimum quantities at MrMetric. I priced a set of grade 12.9 alloy steel socket head & wave washers per Rainman's list on the thread you linked to. It came to $7.36 + $6 shipping for the set in the right lengths. Definitely tempting for a set of strong fasteners. Thanks for the info. That's a good site to bookmark.
 

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Add two bolts for the cam sprocket cover on the head plus what ever else you can find to change.



The $6 S&H is the problem. If you get everything you need the first time through it isn't that bad but if you have to place a second order it pretty much kills the savings. If you can find another find another TW owner and split the S&H cost that would be great!. My advantage is the company is local and I pick up my order in person.
 
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