headlight ring screws/bolts


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headlight ring screws/bolts

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What size are the screws/bolts that connect the ring to the bucket on a '77 GL1000?
I've yet to find a part reference, match the diameter or the thread.


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I should add that I've removed the fairing and I'm back to the original bucket.
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popotwindy wrote:What size are the screws/bolts that connect the ring to the bucket on a '77 GL1000?
I've yet to find a part reference, match the diameter or the thread.
The screws are actually still available fron Honda.


SCREW, PAN (5X16) 93500-05016-0B
or you could buy your own and save a few bucks.


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Thank you. I'll be buying those tonight.
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Had some screws sitting on the work bench. How convenient. All put together.
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popotwindy wrote:Had some screws sitting on the work bench. How convenient. All put together.
Most of the screws, nuts, bolts and washer are all available at any good hardware store.

Most are metric but that's not a issue nowadays.


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