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1985 Suzuki Quadrunner Replacement Screw

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I hope someone can help me with this.  I recently finished cleaning up an old barn find Quadrunner 230 Shaft drive.  The only thing I lost during the process was the screw that holds the airbox cover in place.  The suzuki part number seems to be 02142-0516A. 

Naturally I would rather pick one up locally, but I can't find a description of what size the screw is.  I have tries everything in my bin of leftover screws, and nothing fits.

So the question is, does anyone know what size this screw is, or can anyone tell me how to find out?  I have searched google for cross reference and come up empty.

Thanks for any help!

 

 

 

 

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What kind of screw ? Phillips , flat ? 

100% metric. About how long is the screw ? 

And lastly any hardware store has metric screws and bolts so no worries. You can take another screw off the bike that fits that and use it at the store for reference. Or just buy a few different sizes that are close. One of them will fit.   Post a pic if you can of the area where the screw goes.  

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Thanks Frank.  I think I will buy a few different metric sizes and see which one fits.  There is nothing below this spot, so too long won't be a problem.  I coudn't find any other screws the same size so you idea is probably shortest route. 

This is the last thing before I can take it out and start riding.  I started it up yesterday and it runs great.  I can't wait to finally be a quad rider!

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Haha that’s awesome that you can’t wait to be a quad rider.  Good luck with the bike and be sure to go back and re tighten things after a little riding. Screws and bolts have the tendency to loosen up due to some vibration.   

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Good idea!  Thanks Frank.  Have a great day...I know I will!!!!

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