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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-31-2020, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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2012 Right side cover panel Screw

Hello,

I have lost the panel cover screw on the bike. Does anyone have the part number or know where I can get another panel screw? Thanks so much.

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2012 Right side cover panel Screw

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Hello,
I have lost the panel cover screw on the bike. Does anyone have the part number or know where I can get another panel screw? Thanks so much.
David
David,

Welcome to the forum! Lotsa helpful folks here. Pull up a seat, relax, and be among friends here.

Got pix? Too many panels, too many screws . . . What does the panel cover?
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Visit Partzilla.com look at the diagram for your bike under the Cowling section....... that's kinda what any of us typically do.
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2012 Right side cover panel Screw

David,

Many of the parts places have these drawings (fiches) from Yamaha. If you can locate your panel on the drawing, dotted lines will take you to the screws that hold that panel. The Index numbers will take you to the Part Numbers for each piece. Lotsa panels, lotsa screws . . . Pix of your panel will help, here. They do not need to be your pix, if you can find pix of the same panel on another bike.

Do you have any Yamaha dealers handy there? You won't pay shipping charges on parts ordered from a dealer, usually.

Yamaha parts drawing, for Cowling & parts:

https://www.yamahapartshouse.com/oem...da89/cowling-1
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If it is the black button hex bolt for the panel cover above the battery area, then this is it

https://www.partzilla.com/product/ya...e453236292625d

Mine is also missing but I will go to a hardware store with the one from the other side in hand and match the size and pitch to what they have.

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