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Old 05-09-2013, 05:20 PM
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i need just this "bolt" everyplace i look online you need to buy the whole battery box to get the bolt? anyone know where to buy just the bolts themselves?

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My first thought was a dry-wall screw and some super glue. Put that SOB back together until you find a new one.
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Just buy the new tray, it's cheap and comes with everything.
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Old 05-09-2013, 08:06 PM
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Just buy the new tray, it's cheap and comes with everything.
yeah, i had to buy a whole new one last year when i broke these stupid plastic bolts.. i'm not going to keep buying entire kits just to get the bolts, unless of course you want to buy the parts i dont need from the kit....
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so nobody knows where to get just the "bolts"???
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What about "all thread" and lock two nuts together?
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just make something, go to your local hardware store and make something work out of stainless, then you will never have to worry about it.
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Old 05-11-2013, 11:29 PM
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Originally Posted by gsxr1216 View Post
yeah, i had to buy a whole new one last year when i broke these stupid plastic bolts.. i'm not going to keep buying entire kits just to get the bolts, unless of course you want to buy the parts i dont need from the kit....
You got to be joking. The entire kit is under 10 bucks, and in the 15 years since they've been out I've seen about 2 or 3 broken. You want something better, don't buy a cheap plastic battery tray .
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