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It is not drivable - no front brake or turn signals. I have bought it back from the Insurance company for $550 and now have to get the tank and rear fender filled and repainted (or maybe just replace them if I can find some decent parts). I need a front brake line, possibly a master cylinder (don't know it will hold pressure until I get a line on it), maybe new levers for hand and foot brake and strut covers for the rear fender.
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My personal opinion would be to part the bike out or see if the insurance will buy it back. Are you sure the forks and frame are good?
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Not sure about anything but I think so. Too late to reconsider. I have bought the bike. It's done. Now I just want to get it going.
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I would shop eBay, Craigslist, Facebook and maybe put some wanted ads up on some Harley Forums for the parts. You are in a great area for getting motorcycle tanks and fenders repaired, not sure what things cost there these days, though.

As for the original question IIRC correctly it is as someone mentioned, a 10mm 12 point to remove the bolts.
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