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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Oct 20th, 2005, 6:34 pm Thread Starter
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WT* are those Screw Heads?

I glanced, but didn't look too, too closely only to make sure one was like the other and not stripped by 12S assembler; have you noticed the screw heads holding the lenses on the turn signals. They look like a combo Torx, Allen, Phillips, and whatever? Am I nuts??? Is that some STANDARD head that I am not aware of????

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On the rear lenses they are philips, a small philips.. at least I was able to get them off with a small philips. They are for sure NOT Torx or allens. in fact I don't thank there are any allens on the bike at all except maybe the hardware for the hard bag mounts.
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I've found two allens so far. The oil drain plug and the front axle. And that front axle is a biggie. 22mm.
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