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Question Missing screw on throttle controls

I am missing the screw in the forward most hole on the throttle control. Can anyone tell me what size it is so I can find a replacement? Thanks.

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Are you referring to the Right Hand Control Switches?

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Are you referring to the Right Hand Control Switches?
That's the one.

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I had to replace my Switches. Broke a wire when I was replacing the Lock Cylinder. A new switch is $12 and came with new screws. Your dealer might have one in stock. So you can get a measurement.

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Do you know the part number for the switch?

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Thanks for the help.

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Its 35mm Long. I think the thread is 6mm x .8. I don't have a Tap or Die to match it to. 6 x1.0 fit a little loose.

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Its 35mm Long. I think the thread is 6mm x .8. I don't have a Tap or Die to match it to. 6 x1.0 fit a little loose.
bad advice again... if the bolts do not match the thread pitch and length you will destroy one of the 2 or both, the hole bolting for torque and/or the bolt itself... "a little loose" is a sheer understatement... I will check first thing in the morning with my thread pitch and diameter gauges as I just replaced my grips the other day...

and in this case, the plastic polymer being the softer of the 2 mating surfaces, the steel wins....

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bad advice again... if the bolts do not match the thread pitch and length you will destroy one of the 2 or both, the hole bolting for torque and/or the bolt itself... "a little loose" is a sheer understatement... I will check first thing in the morning with my thread pitch and diameter gauges as I just replaced my grips the other day...

and in this case, the plastic polymer being the softer of the 2 mating surfaces, the steel wins....
Its like Dr google but for motorcycles...

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