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I have lost the screw on the left-hand side of the cowling right above the little compartment. It is black, dome-headed with a Hex inset. It is about 3/4 or an inch long. There are several of these screws in the cowling...

Can anyone give me the part number?
 

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Probably easier to remove the same screw on the other side, and take it to someplace like ACE Hardware that has a good selection of nuts and bolts, and find a comparable screw.
 

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I think you may be talking about #52...

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Bolt,Hex. Socket Button 90111-05021-00
$2.15
$1.44

I lost mine because the capture nut that clips onto the dash piece jettisoned itself somewhere while I was installing the screw.

80280


Dammit! I can't get the parts diagram posted right.
 

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If the screw has a shoulder under the head, you should not use a hardware store screw. The shoulder prevent the plastic from being compressed and broken.
 

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I usually can't find those anywhere with that big a head..... some have a thin plastic washer under them to prevent digging in to the plastic. I toss the JIS head one under the glove box lid and use a hex one to be consistent.... so I buy a few spares and keep them around...

90111-05021-00
 

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Whenever I order things like that, I take inventory of every size fastener used on body parts and order two of each.
 
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If the screw has a shoulder under the head, you should not use a hardware store screw. The shoulder prevent the plastic from being compressed and broken.
Judge,

When I need a shouldered screw, I get the right length of screw, and a good number of skinny split-washer type lock washers. If the head of the screw is too small, add the right size of flat washer under the head. Invert the screw, stack the lock washers on the shank as needed (put the splits in a straight line), and join the washers with superglue. Let it set for a while. End result: DIY shoulder screw.
Try that; we won't tell anybody. ;)
 

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Judge,

When I need a shouldered screw, I get the right length of screw, and a good number of skinny split-washer type lock washers. If the head of the screw is too small, add the right size of flat washer under the head. Invert the screw, stack the lock washers on the shank as needed (put the splits in a straight line), and join the washers with superglue. Let it set for a while. End result: DIY shoulder screw.
Try that; we won't tell anybody. ;)
Nah, I'll buy the proper fastener. I have too much pride in my work.
 

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I have lost the screw on the left-hand side of the cowling right above the little compartment. It is black, dome-headed with a Hex inset. It is about 3/4 or an inch long. There are several of these screws in the cowling...

Can anyone give me the part number?
You Amy be talking about this one:
 

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Nah, I'll buy the proper fastener. I have too much pride in my work.
Dravnx,

That's a great plan, man. My first choice, every time.
So, what happens when nobody has made that special part for the last dozen years?
 

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If the part is no longer available, then you improvise.
John,

It is shocking, if you think that needs saying.
I would agree, of course, but I believe it goes without saying.
 
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Easiest thing to do is to go on ebay and buy a bag of fasteners from a scrapper. Something like this will have most of what you need in terms of fasteners that Yamaha tends to use. Cheaper than trying to buy a bunch one at a time. I bought a misc bag when I got my FZ1 and so far it has had what I needed for the FJR too

06-12 YAMAHA FJR1300A ABS OEM BOLT NUTS BOLTS FAIRING MOTOR MISC | eBay
 
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