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I dropped the screw that hold on the Battery cover on an 2011 SuperGlide Custom. And I can't find the screw size anywhere.
 

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I hate it when that happens. I have a couple coffee cans filled with various fasteners for times like that.

Sorry I can't help you with the screw size though.
 

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I have a large asst of new and excess nut's bolts screws and asst fastners to choose from and some metric I picked up a asstorment of metric fastners sizes and different head types at the local Ace Hardware for a few bucks . they include socket head cap screws and button head cap screws for the bike. I have them in a plastic divider tray


It's even worst when ya drop your Nutzs
 

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Thanks Zelrick.

And to everyone else, Yes I should have a big box of such stuff.
 

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no problem, I have similar issues regularly, I should really build me one of those things like Lowes has, that has a bolt and nut of each side on a board to keep on the wall in the garage...
 

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For anyone else reading this, you can call the dealer and they should give you the size of nuts and bolts like that.
At least my dealer does....

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I could have but then the same goes for about half the questions asked in this forum.
 

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For anyone else reading this, you can call the dealer and they should give you the size of nuts and bolts like that.
At least my dealer does....

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Or buy a parts manual...

In addition to the part number of every nut, bolt and screw, it will give you the size and grade of each fastener.
 

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I actually have a parts manual but it was at home and I wanted to get the new screw on the way home.

The online parts microfiche only says screw. No specs.
 

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I actually have a parts manual but it was at home and I wanted to get the new screw on the way home.

The online parts microfiche only says screw. No specs.
That online parts microfiche sometimes is incorrect. I noticed that they changed it about a month ago, reverting back to the old microfiche that is limited in the model years it covers.
 
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