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I would like to keep spares with me in case I ever need to replace a broken lever. These bolts occasionally strip on other machines, so I thought it would be wise to have a couple in the toolkit for long distance trips. Anyone know or can tell me how to find the appropriate part numbers? Tried googling but only found a part number for one bolt on the DCT model (mine is non-DCT).
 

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I would like to keep spares with me in case I ever need to replace a broken lever. These bolts occasionally strip on other machines, so I thought it would be wise to have a couple in the toolkit for long distance trips. Anyone know or can tell me how to find the appropriate part numbers? Tried googling but only found a part number for one bolt on the DCT model (mine is non-DCT).
https://www.bikebandit.com/
Look up your model here they have pretty good prices to but shipping is kinda high..
 

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Almost all the online powersports dealers use the same parts system, you just walk down through the pages until you get to where you want to be. Here's one:
https://www.partsfish.com/oemparts/l/hon/58988d8187a8660f30f4c7da/2017-crf1000a-2ac-parts
Partzilla is another.
The brake bolt is on the front master cylinder page and the clutch bolt is on the handle lever./switch/cable page. But I have to say, I've pulled the threads out of the alloy pivot, but I've never stripped the threads on the bolt itself.
 

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Almost all the online powersports dealers use the same parts system, you just walk down through the pages until you get to where you want to be. Here's one:
https://www.partsfish.com/oemparts/l/hon/58988d8187a8660f30f4c7da/2017-crf1000a-2ac-parts
Partzilla is another.
The brake bolt is on the front master cylinder page and the clutch bolt is on the handle lever./switch/cable page. But I have to say, I've pulled the threads out of the alloy pivot, but I've never stripped the threads on the bolt itself.
Been there, done it, didn't get the T-Shirt, but cost me €20 for 1 bolt delivered to Ireland:crying:
 

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Fantastic, thanks guys!

Does anyone have suggestions for other little extra bolts/fasteners/whatever worth keeping on hand? This way I can order them all at once!
 
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