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post #1 of 23 Old 10-13-2008, 06:27 AM Thread Starter
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Left Passenger Peg Set Screw Fell Out

The screw that keeps a little "flange" on the pin that goes through the hole in the peg on the left hand side passenger foot peg has gone awol. I was wondering if anyone knew what size screw this was? Is this screw something I have to get at Honda or can I get it at the local hardware store? Note, the right side peg does not have this style pin with set screw arrangement for some reason so I cannot remove that one to check. Many thanks.

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you can check ronayers.com on their fiche and see if you can find it. At least then you will know what it is. You will probably be able to order from them as well

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post #3 of 23 Old 10-13-2008, 07:37 AM
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mine was the same way when I bought the bike, I went to the local honda and he just gave me a screw that fit it, all I had to do was chop it down to the right height, all for $0 .

So I'd think that it's just a universal screw, according to bikebandit.com it's a 4X8 screw

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Mine had fallen out also, funny you should say that. Anyone else missing theirs?


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Asymmeterical foot peg arrangement?

The first time I saw that on my bike, I thought what the h.......

That little feature is one of the nearly unnoticed cost cutting measures on this bike.

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If you take apart the passenger pegs you'll notice the weights are different, I believe this was done for balance or vibration.

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post #7 of 23 Old 10-13-2008, 07:48 AM
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Mine had fallen out also, funny you should say that. Anyone else missing theirs?
Mine is also missing

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Thanks All for your speedy answers. I did look the part up on Ronayers.com and the part number is 93500-04008-0A which indeed is a 4x8 pan head screw. It sells there for $0.39 plus shipping, I will try locally and you can be sure I will locktite the threads upon installation.

PS. I did locktite the RH bar weight and am keeping an eye on the LH side one and the shifter pivot "bolt" the usual suspects for vibrating loose. As usual wristtwisters comes through.

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I've had a weird vibration sound between 4k and 5k rpms. Just noticed the nut and bolt missing from the lower left (if sitting on bike) radiator support.

IIRC someone else had a radiator bolt loose, or missing.

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bolt is not missing it is held in by a rubber grommet .

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mine is missing, but have had passengers and then never noticed so I haven't bothered fixing it.

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eh, my screw fell out also, maybe 4-5k miles ago...found one in the drawer that looked right, red loctite, still holding...

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yep, mine is missing, found one that fit and red loctite as well so far so good.

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bolt is not missing it is held in by a rubber grommet .
:scratches head: The other side has a screw in it....

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Mine had fallen out also, funny you should say that. Anyone else missing theirs?

Ahhh man....now I gotta go look




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Mine is missing from new too!!

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Hey mister mike, What did it cost you to get those sets cut down and finished? Looking to do that to my wifes bike.

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Hey mister mike, What did it cost you to get those sets cut down and finished? Looking to do that to my wifes bike.
In all honesty, I have a close friend who is a machinist. I bought him a nice lunch. The parts should be milled to give them a professional look. Call around, a local machine shop should be able to hook you up.

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Hey mister mike, What did it cost you to get those sets cut down and finished? Looking to do that to my wifes bike.
I just had it done and the guy charged me an hour (which is $100 in my area). I was worth it to me, because he put a really nice angle/edge on it to it look "natural."

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I've had a weird vibration sound between 4k and 5k rpms. Just noticed the nut and bolt missing from the lower left (if sitting on bike) radiator support.

IIRC someone else had a radiator bolt loose, or missing.
Verry interesting--I looked at my 919 last night, and sure enough, the same radiator bolt was missing. Must be a spot prone to vibration. Its replacement will be getting some blue Loctite!

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I've had a weird vibration sound between 4k and 5k rpms. Just noticed the nut and bolt missing from the lower left (if sitting on bike) radiator support.

IIRC someone else had a radiator bolt loose, or missing.
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Verry interesting--I looked at my 919 last night, and sure enough, the same radiator bolt was missing. Must be a spot prone to vibration. Its replacement will be getting some blue Loctite!
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bolt is not missing it is held in by a rubber grommet .
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There is no bolt.......there is no bolt.........there is no bolt.......do you guys get it now????
































Oh by the way.......there is no bolt.

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