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post #1 of 10 Old 01-13-2015, 12:53 AM Thread Starter
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Identify a part?

Upon receiving my chain & sprocket kit from LDH and removing the existing sprocket I discovered that the bolt and nut that holds the sprocket in place were extremely overtightened and has destroyed/stripped the thread on the bolt and nut.

I've had a look through the service manual and can't seem to find the part name for what I am wanting to replace.

Here is a picture of the bolt:




All I can seem to find is that this bolt is attached to the "driven flange" (ie: where it sticks out of) and that it is what the rear sprocket slots on to.

The nut is referred to as the "Final driven sprocket nut" with there being 5 and a thread diameter of 12mm.

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post #2 of 10 Old 01-13-2015, 12:55 AM
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<www.bikebandit.com> has OEM parts diagrams on-line - you should be able to see it there.

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No worries, mate...good luck with the NZ pricing!

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No worries, mate...good luck with the NZ pricing!
Yeah what a joke... Sent a Honda dealership an email asking for the item.

Had a quick look online and can find similar parts for $50 NZD shipped to NZ...

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Well, if you were in the US I would say go to your local Ace Hardware. They stock all kinds of metric goodness. I would assume you have a store that is similar.

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I don't think we have retail outlets that could come up with a stud of a specific length, thread size etc, off the shelf...my experience has been that even dedicated auto parts divisions just work off computers, parts diagrams and back orders.

The best outcome would be to find a knowledgeable and creative parts guy, who knows different models and parts, and can figure out a work-around.

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I don't think we have retail outlets that could come up with a stud of a specific length, thread size etc, off the shelf...my experience has been that even dedicated auto parts divisions just work off computers, parts diagrams and back orders.

The best outcome would be to find a knowledgeable and creative parts guy, who knows different models and parts, and can figure out a work-around.
Ended up ordering through local Honda Dealership. 10-15 days from Japan

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Having encountered this sort of problem about 1,000 times what I usually do if I can't get the stud immediately is to scare up a bolt of the same diameter and pitch preferably 10.6 or greater hardness and with a sufficient thread length for the application, then cut it off to just a little longer than the original stud to give room to clean up the threads.

Too late now, but in the future ...

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