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Hey everyone,

I did use the search and couldn't find anything that related to this so here I am.

I still have a few things left to do on the bike, in the process of doing everything I've come to grow tiresome of looking at the blue bolts the previous owner put all over the bike. Didn't get the stock bolts in the purchase either.

I've gone to my local dealers and I could get them however I'd be purchasing every bolt sepereate depending on what part of the bike it is.

I was wondering if anyone knew of a site online that sells stock bolts or possibly black ones that are oem quality. The blue ones strip easily and are a piece of shit.

If you look on the picture you can see the bolts on the front fender, rear sets, fairing bolts, etc. Anyone know of anyplace I could get the bolts. Thanks

*sorry the pic sucks lol don't post pics that much
 

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We just ordered bolts for my wife's 2000 CBR600F4 from bikebolts.com
They're just painted on the tops, but they have way more options than tastynuts.com
We haven't put them on yet, but so far we've been pretty disappointed with them.
She paid the extra money for 3-day UPS shipping, but they sent them 3-day USPS, a $5 service. After several angry emails we she got a refund.
Also all the bolt heads are the same size.
So if you have some with large heads, they don't provide any like that. They say its to save weight... right
and the fairing bolts that have the smooth metal neck part, bikebolts don't have those. Instead the bolts are threaded full length, but they give you slastic shim/washer things to fill the gap
which is kinda cool, but if you loose one working on the bike in the dark, or step on one you're screwed.. hehe

They're in Cincinatti, OH
There's no phone number
They take at least 1 whole business day to ship
 

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BikeBandit.com has teardown images of bikes and you can order each bold/nut ect from them. Prices are good and quick shipping.
 

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We just ordered bolts for my wife's 2000 CBR600F4 from bikebolts.com
They're just painted on the tops, but they have way more options than tastynuts.com
We haven't put them on yet, but so far we've been pretty disappointed with them.
She paid the extra money for 3-day UPS shipping, but they sent them 3-day USPS, a $5 service. After several angry emails we she got a refund.
Also all the bolt heads are the same size.
So if you have some with large heads, they don't provide any like that. They say its to save weight... right
and the fairing bolts that have the smooth metal neck part, bikebolts don't have those. Instead the bolts are threaded full length, but they give you slastic shim/washer things to fill the gap
which is kinda cool, but if you loose one working on the bike in the dark, or step on one you're screwed.. hehe

They're in Cincinatti, OH
There's no phone number
They take at least 1 whole business day to ship
from the sounds of it don't think i'll try them, thanks for the input tho

wtf?!%$* tastynuts.com?
thats what i said:hmmm:

BikeBandit.com has teardown images of bikes and you can order each bold/nut ect from them. Prices are good and quick shipping.
Motosport.com sell kits for sportbikes with bolts and the push clips.

thanks for the sites, just got home from work i'll definitely take a look at them
 
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