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KnightHawk

2002 Yamaha YFM350X Warrior Exhaust Flange Bolts

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I went riding Sunday and I kept hear my exhaust get loud from time to time but couldn't pin it down. But just before we left I found where the loudness was coming from. My exhaust flange was hanging down on the pipe. I have to look again but I'm not sure if the bolts broke or studs or what ever. Or maybe they fell out. I'm wondering if someone knows the size if they fell out so I can replace them.

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I went riding Sunday and I kept hear my exhaust get loud from time to time but couldn't pin it down. But just before we left I found where the loudness was coming from. My exhaust flange was hanging down on the pipe. I have to look again but I'm not sure if the bolts broke or studs or what ever. Or maybe they fell out. I'm wondering if someone knows the size if they fell out so I can replace them.

Hey Hawk post pics of it ! I can tell you more !! Are we talkin the studs that go in the head ??

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I don't have pics right now. I'm talking about the bolts or studs that hold the exhaust pipe to the cylinder.

If its the studs then that could be a problem !! Are the studs still in the cylinder

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Decided to get dressed and went out and took a look at it. The stud on the bottom is missing completely. There is one in the top that looks like it's broken off but when I felt it I can't say it's broken. I don't know how to explain it but it's completely smooth. Kind of like the rounded end of the stud that is barely sticking out.

I'll have to pull the quad out tomorrow and see if I can figure out how to get it out.

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Decided to get dressed and went out and took a look at it. The stud on the bottom is missing completely. There is one in the top that looks like it's broken off but when I felt it I can't say it's broken. I don't know how to explain it but it's completely smooth. Kind of like the rounded end of the stud that is barely sticking out.

I'll have to pull the quad out tomorrow and see if I can figure out how to get it out.

Damm man I wish you lived closer ! I`ve got all the crap to fit it !!!

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Update on this. I broke a tap in the hole that was missing a stud. It was stripped out so I drilled a bigger hole and tried to tap it. Broke the tap and when trying to shatter tap to get out it broke out the hole. Not getting anything in that spot. The broken stud I center punched it but the drill didn't like the center. It moved over and messed up that hole.

Guy at work gave me a suggestion. In which case it worked.

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Update on this. I broke a tap in the hole that was missing a stud. It was stripped out so I drilled a bigger hole and tried to tap it. Broke the tap and when trying to shatter tap to get out it broke out the hole. Not getting anything in that spot. The broken stud I center punched it but the drill didn't like the center. It moved over and messed up that hole.

Guy at work gave me a suggestion. In which case it worked.

so this mean you got 'er fixed and are good to go now?

:woot: hit them trails Knighthawk !!! :yes:

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