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Old 5th February 2009
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Default Front fender bolts for a 2009 1200n? I lost 'em!

So I have a situation - While in the midst of customizing my nighty I took off my front fender to take into paint - and I put the four bolts from the fender in a special place where they wouldnt get lost or stolen or wrecked - the thing is I can't remeber where the fack I put em! Now hear me out - I love the look of no fender on my bike - but the front fender does play a role when riding on wet pavement or in the rain - up here in Canada I managed to take my bike out last night with snow everywhere - I did find some dry roads ti rip on - but when I did hit some wet stuff I was getting fed in my face - bottom line - I need these bolts - but im not gonna go to the stealer and get charged up the a$$ for it - heres my question: What size of bolts are used on a front fender for a 2009 nighty? Hope you guys can help...Thanks again.
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They're probably the same as on my '06 which are 5/16"-18 x 9/32" x 1/2" hex locknuts.

You might want to confirm with someone who actually has an '09 parts manual.
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