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New Bike Question: hardware

Took possession of a 2006 Tuesday. The bike had the original "rear fender/license plate, turn signal holder' removed with an aftermarket kit. Seems that Honda put that on as an afterthought for street compliance. Fortunately the seller had the original parts, minus the hardware.


Replacing the wiring was time consuming, but not difficult. Now the matter of hardware. Can someone please post the dimensions of the two side and rear bolts/nuts needed for attachment to the frame? or do I have to order from the Land of the Rising Sun? Length should not be an issue? Diagrams are not very helpful.


Do any of the luggage side racks or Venture rear luggage holder utilize those sides? Would their kits provide hardware for the above side attachments?


While I've got you...... when removing the tail section, I noticed on the right rear, a wire harness with an exposed electrical connector. Comment here would be appreciated.


Is the Clymer's version for the Hornet , CB900 have any value above the shop manual?


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While I've got you...... when removing the tail section, I noticed on the right rear, a wire harness with an exposed electrical connector. Comment here would be appreciated.
This is normal. It's for a dealer diagnostic connector if I remember correctly...

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Is it a dedicated plug, or is it a tap on one of the wires to the ECU? If the latter, your bike previously had a Power Commander 3 installed. The manual you can get here from the Dropbox should be all you need.

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post #4 of 4 Old 04-29-2017, 07:04 AM Thread Starter
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Just sometimes nice to have a 'hard hand held' copy in your hands sometimes.

Seems that the OEM rear fender hardware is held by a total of 4, 5mm bolts.

Thank-you for the helpful replies.

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