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Old 05-27-2019, 10:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm trying to help a fellow member out with a right side Star brand billet mirror...I have an extra that I want to send his way, but I misplaced the bolt that mounts the mirror to the left hand thread post...I believe that bolt is also left hand thread. Anyone have one laying around they'd be willing to part with? PM me if you can help me out.
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Matt sorry but I don't have a spare for the Right Hand Billet Mirror. This is a proprietary Yami accessory part.

You are absolutely correct that it is M10 x 1.25p Left Hand Thread
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Matt sorry but I don't have a spare for the Right Hand Billet Mirror. This is a proprietary Yami accessory part.

You are absolutely correct that it is M10 x 1.25p Left Hand Thread
Thanks for thinking of me Alan...hope all is well with you. For the life of me, I can't find what I did with either of the extra 2 that I had. I'm on my 3rd right side mirror, and I placed all the extra hardware in my parts bins. I don't get it, lol. I wonder if one could obtain one from Fastenall?
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Matt as I stated it's a Yami proprietary part, IMO, and as I recall it has a very high (Tall) socket head that fits into the counter-bored billet mirror. There is something that's unique about this fastener design and if you had (2) spares I'm curious how you got them.

The Left Hand thread on the Right Hand mirror is a godsent when lane splitting in California as I've personally clipped my RH mirror while splitting lanes during the tight beach community traffic .. the mirror will loosen up and fold back.

ADDED: If you're on your 3rd billet mirror ... that explains where you got the spares
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