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    Default Second Gen Shifter Bolt

    Anyone have the size bolt to replace the shifter bolt, part number etc... ?
    The threads on mine are bad and i need a replacement.
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    Leo
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    Default Re: Second Gen Shifter Bolt

    While you are waiting for the bolt...the ones holding the battery side cover (the ones that don't screw into anything) can be used. Also, the ones holding the plastic cover around the ignition also fit.
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    Default Re: Second Gen Shifter Bolt

    So, I'm assuming you made it home safely from Myrtle Beach?

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    Pull one off the scoot that looks like it will fit = probably will have a "10 mm" hex head on it making it a 6 mm bolt. Pull one from somewhere with a 10mm socket.. Stick er in there and see if she'll screw in.. Once you find one that will screw in so you have the diameter and tread pitch - take a measurement on the width of the shifter where the bolt has gotta go.. Probably be 20 or 25mm/3/4 to an inch in length. Dont have to be exact on the length.. Now go down to your local Ace Hardware - take the bolt that screwed in with ya. Tell the kid standing there talking to the pretty girl running the till that you need a metric bolt, perferably in stainless, and your buddy told you that Ace would have one.. Depending on how close he is to getting a date with that young lady - he will probably walk over to the bolt drawers and have ya a new one quicker than a 2nd Gen on Nitrous...
    Or,, come up here for a Hot Dog, after we're done eating we can dig thru my bolt box in the man cave and find ya a few of em..
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    Default Re: Second Gen Shifter Bolt

    Buy two and some locktite!


    Quote Originally Posted by cowpuc View Post
    Pull one off the scoot that looks like it will fit = probably will have a "10 mm" hex head on it making it a 6 mm bolt. Pull one from somewhere with a 10mm socket.. Stick er in there and see if she'll screw in.. Once you find one that will screw in so you have the diameter and tread pitch - take a measurement on the width of the shifter where the bolt has gotta go.. Probably be 20 or 25mm/3/4 to an inch in length. Dont have to be exact on the length.. Now go down to your local Ace Hardware - take the bolt that screwed in with ya. Tell the kid standing there talking to the pretty girl running the till that you need a metric bolt, perferably in stainless, and your buddy told you that Ace would have one.. Depending on how close he is to getting a date with that young lady - he will probably walk over to the bolt drawers and have ya a new one quicker than a 2nd Gen on Nitrous...
    Or,, come up here for a Hot Dog, after we're done eating we can dig thru my bolt box in the man cave and find ya a few of em..

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    Default Re: Second Gen Shifter Bolt

    Quote Originally Posted by utadventure View Post
    Buy two and some locktite!

    Exactly my plans. If I don't need it someday, might help someone someday.
    I found the part number finally:
    90149-06280-00 SCREW, SPEC'L SHAPE


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