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T80 Bolt/Screw Kit

Post  3hundredspartans on Fri 25 May - 22:32

Hi All,

Anyone know of a bolt/screw kit that might exist that would cover most of the Townmate and not necessarily a Yamaha kit?

Or a kit for the engine itself? Looking at replacing with stainless and socket bolts instead of the standard philips bolts.

Thanks, Frank.

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Re: T80 Bolt/Screw Kit

Post  JohnW on Sat 26 May - 9:30

A chap called 'fuzz' was doing stainless steel socket cap screws for engine unit in 2016, I had a set from him, but according to his last post in the following thread he is no longer doing them. This is the thread http://yamahatownmatet80.forumotion.co.uk/t87-coming-soon-a2-stainless-steel-allen-bolt-kit-for-t50-t80?highlight=Stainless+bolt  It does give the bolt sizes (all M6) so it may be easier for you to source them from a local hardware/tool store in Australia. As for other frame bolts I dont know of any sets, but again they should be able to be sourced individually using existing ones as patterns.

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Re: T80 Bolt/Screw Kit

Post  JohnW on Sun 27 May - 20:31

Might be worth contacting this eBay supplier to see if they will do them http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Megapacks?_trksid=p2047675.l2563 They do them for the Honda C90, but then there are 1000's of Honda's still active. Its probably not worth their while making up packs for Townmate's bearing in mind how few there are left.

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re T80 bolt/screw kit

Post  andrewp on Fri 21 Sep - 4:51

Only just spotted this topic.  I replaced all my engine casing bolts with Torx ones, from Stig Fasteners... http://www.a2stainless.co.uk/

Here is the email confirmation I received from them.....
1 x M6 x 45 Torx Pan Head Screw DIN 7985-ISR A2 (DIN7985ISRM6x45) @  0.72 each
8 x M6 x 35 Torx Pan Head Screw DIN 7985-ISR A2 (DIN7985ISRM6x35) @  0.60 each
1 x M6 x 40 Torx Pan Head Screw DIN 7985-ISR A2 (DIN7985ISRM6x40) @  0.72 each
3 x M6 x 30 Torx Pan Head Screw DIN 7985-ISR A2 (DIN7985ISRM6x30) @  0.60 each
4 x M6 x 16 Torx Pan Head Screw DIN 7985-ISR A2 (DIN7985ISRM6x16) @  0.42 each

Total payable:  12.12.
This includes a Shipping charge of  2.40.

These are all the correct sizes and the screw head itself looks very tidy - better I think than an Allen head.
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Re: T80 Bolt/Screw Kit

Post  JohnW on Fri 21 Sep - 6:35

Yes OK if you do not loose the torx screw driver bit, allen keys are more common and readily available, and they dont need the screw driver handle or power wrench to use. Just another tool to carry in the bike tool kit

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