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Old 12-08-2011, 06:05 AM
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Can anyone recommend any good nut and bolt kits anywhere?
Found this one, not sure if any good, pics don't look great:
LighTech Nut & Bolt Kit - Honda CBR600 F4i 2001-2006 - Fairing for Honda CBR600F4i - 2WheelPros.com

Currently scouring flea-bay, any suggestions?


p.s-not a fan of the spike bolts btw(though would probably look good with a new NEXX Diablo; leather n spikes lol), sorry just not my style atm, no offence
 
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Old 12-08-2011, 07:43 AM
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Old 12-08-2011, 08:21 AM
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yeah just been having a look round there, wanting some black ones if possible
 
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bikebolts.com should have what you're looking for; it's where I got my set.
 
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Old 12-08-2011, 09:28 AM
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pro-bolt.com has a great selection
 
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+1 Bikebolts.
 
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Old 12-08-2011, 11:45 AM
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+2 for bikebolts.com. Here is a pic of my F4i with black bolts from Bikebolts.com

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Thanks Gents

Couldn't see what I wanted on bikebolts until I got your link Volcom440:
(99-07) Honda CBR600F4/F4i Complete Fairing Fastener Kit : Bikebolts, Motorcycle Parts


Had a good look at the Pro-bolts site, looks good and is UK based so easier for me, thanks itsme71190

R Dub, firstly nice bike, shame about the colour (represents a local rival rugby league team for me lol). Did you buy the same bolts as in Volcom440's above link? Or are they pro-bolt ones? The reason I ask is that the pro-bolt ones look a better finish on their site, and the ones in Volcom440's link just look the heads have been dipped in paint which makes me think there's a chance they may chip on install. What do you think?

Thanks again to everyone for your help so far
 
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Old 12-09-2011, 09:25 AM
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Originally Posted by bluebadger View Post
R Dub, firstly nice bike, shame about the colour (represents a local rival rugby league team for me lol). Did you buy the same bolts as in Volcom440's above link? Or are they pro-bolt ones? The reason I ask is that the pro-bolt ones look a better finish on their site, and the ones in Volcom440's link just look the heads have been dipped in paint which makes me think there's a chance they may chip on install. What do you think?
Thanks. Yeah it was a beauty while I had it and a month after I sold it the new owner trashed it . Yes I used the same bolts as in Vomcom440's link. Yeah I can see why you think the heads have been dipped in paint and maybe that is how they do it but there is no globs of paint or runs or anything like that. All the heads had a very nice finish to them and they did not chip on install or at anytime while I had the bike. My experience with them was great and I would say it is a great quality product.
 

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