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    • #23892
      Steve Frank
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      CR125 Crankcase Bolt

      Been scouring the online Honda manuals to find the bolt here that I’ve painted yellow.  Its an M6 x 1.25 x 95 mm long flanged bolt.  It appears to be Honda OEM.  However, the longest bolt I can find in ANY of the exploded diagrams is 85mm long.  Anybody know how I can identify this as an OEM part number?  I’d rather find the proper bolt than machine the case to make an 85mm long bolt work.  Any help?

    • #24103
      Steve Frank
      Participant

      Chris

      The link you have for the 95mm long bolt- it didn’t translate on my end here.   Can you try again or PM me please?   The motor is ready to go back together except for that bolt.

    • #24104
      Steve Frank
      Participant

      Nevermind- I got it,  the part number <span style=”color: #000000; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 18px; font-weight: bold; line-height: normal;”>96001-06095-07 </span><span style=”line-height: 1.5em;”>works as a Honda OEM number.  Cool, thanks Chris.   </span>

    • #24117
      Chris Reinhardt
      Participant

      Sorry, it wasn’t a link, just the OEM part number…  Just another bug in this forum…..

      Your welcome…

      CR

      Chris Reinhardt

      CR2 Motorsports

      http://www.cr2motorsports.webs.com/

      XV Racing Products

      http://www.xvengineering.com/

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    • #24137
      Larry Andrews
      Participant

      Might be easier to find if you look for an M6x1 thread bolt in 95mm length.  I can get that size pretty easily and would think that the 1.25 thread will be quite difficult to source.  :D

    • #24142
      Chris Reinhardt
      Participant

      Listen, I belong to probably 20 or so forums, NONE of them require all the procedures this forum does…  I can’t think of one of them that has two different screens to select?  There’s even a suggestion forum here, and when you make a suggestion they tell you, sorry we’re not doing that….  What’s the point?

      I don’t know what the hit count is on the site, but there’s way less posts than there used to be on the old site….

      Just my $0.02….

       

      CR

      Chris Reinhardt

      CR2 Motorsports

      http://www.cr2motorsports.webs.com/

      XV Racing Products

      http://www.xvengineering.com/

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    • #24264
      Chris Reinhardt
      Participant

      Sam honestly, I think they were going for the new look, and with regards to that, the site LOOKS GREAT…..  The only issues I see are with the forums, and it doesn’t seem like they are too concerned or maybe just busy with other stuff and it’s not high on the priority list???

      It would have been nice is they could have given the website a facelift and kept with the old forum….  Oh well….

      CR

      Chris Reinhardt

      CR2 Motorsports

      http://www.cr2motorsports.webs.com/

      XV Racing Products

      http://www.xvengineering.com/

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    • #24292
      Jim White
      Participant

      The new forums suck. You can easily tell by the number of posts and the fact that most of the very knowledgeble people from the old forum rarely if ever participate.

      Too bad, it was a great resource, but sadly no longer.

    • #24296
      Chris Reinhardt
      Participant

      Hey, I kinda think I’m trying…

      CR

      Chris Reinhardt

      CR2 Motorsports

      http://www.cr2motorsports.webs.com/

      XV Racing Products

      http://www.xvengineering.com/

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    • #23893
      Steve Frank
      Participant

      Lets try loading this photo again.

      https://www.flickr.com/photos/apexdesigns/13196965464/

    • #23919
      Stephen Lamana
      Participant

      Steve,

      If you want an OEM bolt, Kokomo Honda should be able to get it for you. Not sure of the part number off hand, but if you email them that picture they will be able to get the right one for you.

    • #24077
      Chris Reinhardt
      Participant

      The correct bolt for the OEM application is a 120mm long 6mm flnaged bolt PN <span class=”itemnum”>90053-KZ4-620.  However, that goes through the OEM sprocket guard that has an aluminum bushing.  If you want an 95mm long 6mm small flange similar to the rest of the case bolts, something like a </span><span class=”itemnum”>96001-06095-07 should do the trick…..
      </span>

      CR

       

       

       

      Chris Reinhardt

      CR2 Motorsports

      http://www.cr2motorsports.webs.com/

      XV Racing Products

      http://www.xvengineering.com/

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    • #24138
      johnny brooks
      Participant

      its not a bug…
      if you want to copy and paste, first click on the ‘text’ tab at upper right of reply box. (where it says ‘visual’ and ‘text’) then you can paste without all the gobbledygook.

      96001-06095-07

      http://www.servicehonda.com/parts.html

      ‘copy’ the part number, right click the link, open in new tab, click honda in brand, paste part number…viola….a dollar 36.
      piece o cake

    • #24236
      Sam Zavaglia
      Participant

      Gotta admit the old forum rocked, it had a great database of members, easy to use, easy to navigate, easy to read and I don’t recall any bugs on it.

      I’ve read the reasons for this newer version EKN forum, I still can’t comprehend messing with something that was so good and popular vs this new version which now looks to have much less activity.

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