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Hello everyone,

 

My first post here.  I've been reading a lot on TT, and it has really helped me on the track.  So, I'm new to MX and don't know a whole lot, especially mechanically.  I am hoping to change that. :)

 

Anyway, the reason for this post is...  I was at the track today tearing through some whoops, when my seat went flying off.  I picked it up and noticed that both bolts that attach the REAR of the seat to bike were missing.  They must have been loose and vibrated out.  So, I am trying to figure out what size bolts they are so I can replace them.  I searched on the Internet, but no luck.  Again, I am missing the bolts at the BACK of the seat that hold the seat and the rear # plates to the bike.  What bolts are they and can I get the bolts at my local hardware store? 

 

Thanks a million everyone!  Can't wait to get to know you all!

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They are collared bolts, you'll never find a good match at the hardware store, order them from the dealer, be there in a few days if they don't have them.

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So, I can just call a Honda dealer (my bike is a Honda), tell them my situation, and they should be able to get me the bolts I need?

 

P.S. Thanks, Eddie, for replying so quickly.

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The bolt has an unusual flange, you wont be able to get the exact bolt from a hardware store. From memory the thread is m8x1.5, you will be able to find something that works. But you'll have to go to the dealer or get a crf style track pack or bolt kit for the right bolt. Part number 90102-MEN-710

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Did exactly that.  I will; don't want to end a day at the track early again!

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Dont locktite ur seatbolts, use the specified torque or just do them up tighter than you did.

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Dont locktite ur seatbolts, use the specified torque or just do them up tighter than you did.

 

eh locktite is no problem i put that shit everywhere,

even in my ceareal

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