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post #1 of 8 Old 02-01-2011, 09:54 PM Thread Starter
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NEED: OEM 919 headlight screws (bolts)

I just removed my aftermarket windscreen and need some factory bolts that go into the headlight bucket from the mount, plus TWO of the smaller ones that go into the back of the bracket.

Name your price and how I can buy them from you. Hurry before I find some locally at a dealer (IF that will happen!).

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post #2 of 8 Old 02-02-2011, 02:57 PM
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I just removed my aftermarket windscreen and need some factory bolts that go into the headlight bucket from the mount, plus TWO of the smaller ones that go into the back of the bracket.

Name your price and how I can buy them from you. Hurry before I find some locally at a dealer (IF that will happen!).

Thanks!
you won't find the locally. Dealer will have to order them for you. BTW, those big bolts are currently on back order from Honda

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post #3 of 8 Old 02-02-2011, 03:36 PM
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I'd be off to the local ACE Hardware. You'll pay 5x's the price for an OEM bolt.

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post #4 of 8 Old 02-02-2011, 04:29 PM
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When I installed my used OEM Windscreen, it was missing all the bolts.

ACE had a reasonable selection that got the job done.

I also keep a "random motorcycle bolt" box in my garage, something similar to this:
Tusk 180 Piece Metric Motorcycle Bolt Kit | Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

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you won't find the locally. Dealer will have to order them for you. BTW, those big bolts are currently on back order from Honda
Just called the dealer and he said they are plentiful and not on back order. But I wasn't happy that they gave me a price almost double what the parts fiche states!

The smaller bracket screws (6x14 pan screws) show a part number of 90113-MM5-000 and a price of $1.69 each but the dealer said $2.15 each.

The larger headlight screws (8x26 socket bolt) show a part number of 90155-MBR-000 and a price of $1.33 each, but the dealer said $2.30 each.

I might just go to my local fastener store and see what they have, plus Ace Hardware.


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Those dealer prices are actually reasonable for bolts.

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Just called the dealer and he said they are plentiful and not on back order. But I wasn't happy that they gave me a price almost double what the parts fiche states!

The smaller bracket screws (6x14 pan screws) show a part number of 90113-MM5-000 and a price of $1.69 each but the dealer said $2.15 each.

The larger headlight screws (8x26 socket bolt) show a part number of 90155-MBR-000 and a price of $1.33 each, but the dealer said $2.30 each.

I might just go to my local fastener store and see what they have, plus Ace Hardware.
wow, those are not bad prices. I checked my local dealer's site and it says "On backorder".

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post #8 of 8 Old 03-05-2011, 08:34 AM Thread Starter
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forgot to mention I got my OEM screws from Honda. No longer need them.


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