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In need of a few various fasteners/hard parts in my reassembly, most notably the 18 little buttonhead bolts holding the disks to the wheels. I'd probably buy an anodized complete aluminum kit if i could find one at a reasonable price. Sources. Motowheels seems to be out and Yoyodyne is pretty expensive.
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A definite NO on using Aluminum bolts for the rotors.

Personal Opinion Here:
I would only use aluminum fasteners on non-structural attachments; belt covers, sidepanels, seat cowl, tail parts, turn signals, etc.

That and only if it was on a racebike, using somebody else's money..........
 

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Wow. McMaster is a kick-arse site, no? Uh, anyone have those brake bolt specs handy? Sorry for the stupid question, but I can't remember them offhand.
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Anyone? Bueller?
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I just checked stock and we have the titanium rotor bolts in stock:

http://tinyurl.com/ight

The Ti bolts are a little pricey but they are still cheaper than buying bolts from the dealer or Home Depot..
 

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...........The Ti bolts are a little pricey but they are still cheaper than buying bolts from the dealer or Home Depot.........
Ahhhh....you're kidding on all three things, right? :eek:
 

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yeah... that thread was from 2003.... about 3 years old. I'm sure he's found them by now.
 
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