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Does any 1 no were I can buy the front fairing screws for a x2 PB?i think I posted in the wrong section for that i apologize
 

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Fairing screws? justhardware? you can get some large head phillips bolts with fitting nuts at your local hardware store... get some plastic washers so you dont crack the fairings when you tighten them up.
 

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At the hardware store they have washers steel on one side and rubber on the other, w/ a 1/4" hole, perfect for 6mm bolt. The rubber goes to the plastic the metal side to the frame, 2 together work great for exh mounts and under the engine vibration washers, and there pretty cheap.
 

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At the hardware store they have washers steel on one side and rubber on the other, w/ a 1/4" hole, perfect for 6mm bolt. The rubber goes to the plastic the metal side to the frame, 2 together work great for exh mounts and under the engine vibration washers, and there pretty cheap.
Do you think they sell this at harbor freight?
 

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The front wheel is crooked that's probably bad right?


I had to lean it against my lawnmower because there's no kickstand LOL
 

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Just now noticed I've been having the bike for a week now,it was a late bday present from my dad,it took him long enough to buy it lol but I'm happy:)
 

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Yeah its crooked but for the 30 seconds total of going 3mph ride time it was fine lol
 

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With a paper one hole punch you can make your own from gal. milk containers or that type of polypro plastics. I also got a bad bike intertube and cut it up and use it all over the bike. On the frame rails under the body and even under the frame and gas tank.
 

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Its also good to put a dab of medium strength Blue Loctite on the inside area of the nut just prior to nut & bolt assembly. This secures the hardware. ( = more riding & less wrenching, or trying to find those nuts & bolts that vibrated loose. Usually the lawnmower finds them, haha )
 
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