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Need to find a bolt like this........

Looking for a stainless button/mushroom head bolt in 10 x 1.25 x 15mm. Anyone know where ? Fastenal does not have them .

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I'll check my bucket.

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Sorry Stan just hex head.

I will stop at Ace in steger they have a great selection.

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Its a tough one , tried just about everywhere.

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bolts?

I have slightly longer SS hex head AND cap screws here at home (none 15mm Long though). It would be easy to cut them down and chase the threads if you really need them. How many do you need?

I know I have them at work. I sent myself an email there so I can check 1st thing tomorrow, if you haven't found some yet. Do you need mushroom head for sure?

LMK, I'll check anyway,
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I have slightly longer SS hex head AND cap screws here at home (none 15mm Long though). It would be easy to cut them down and chase the threads if you really need them. How many do you need?

I know I have them at work. I sent myself an email there so I can check 1st thing tomorrow, if you haven't found some yet. Do you need mushroom head for sure?

LMK, I'll check anyway,
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Please check , thanks .

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Thats a good fallback option , thanks . They would be perfect , if not for the length ........and price.

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That was my thought also. Here's a link. I've ordered from them before, and they ship pretty quick. Just in case the link isn't direct, I took a screen capture and high lighted what you're looking for with the part number.

http://www.mcmaster.com/#socket-head-cap-screws/=imp8fx
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pics of said bolt. I do better with pictures.
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Just in case you guys are wondering , these are to block off where the mirrors would normally be .

Some good leads , Thanks.

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Your mirrors are held on with 10mm bolts? HOLY SHIT!!!

What type of bike is this? Are you saying 10mm because it takes a 10mm wrench to remove the mirrors? If so, look at the chart in the link below. You probably need a 6mm bolt which is an M6-1.0 thread.

http://www.boltdepot.com/fastener-in...Head-Size.aspx

http://www.boltdepot.com/Metric_sock...m_x_1.0mm.aspx

You can always go to a hardware store to verify the pitch of the bolt/nut, then order what you need.

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I might have something but need a picture of what you are looking for.

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Here's a cool link I found. Just select your bolt size at the top.

http://www.numberfactory.com/nf%20me...nd%20bolts.htm

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Your mirrors are held on with 10mm bolts? HOLY SHIT!!!

What type of bike is this? Are you saying 10mm because it takes a 10mm wrench to remove the mirrors? If so, look at the chart in the link below. You probably need a 6mm bolt which is an M6-1.0 thread.

http://www.boltdepot.com/fastener-in...Head-Size.aspx

http://www.boltdepot.com/Metric_sock...m_x_1.0mm.aspx

You can always go to a hardware store to verify the pitch of the bolt/nut, then order what you need.
I own only the finest european motorcycles , therefore the mirrors are held in with 10mm threads .

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[QUOTE=STANIMAL;2060813]Please check , thanks .[/QUOTE

Sorry for not getting back to you sooner Stan. I don't have any SS at work. You didn't say how many you needed? Qty (4)?
M10 x 1.25 x 15mm is a pretty big bolt for mirrow block-off/mounting bolts!?

In my stash I have some SS M10 x 1.25mm x 35mm socket cap bolts. I can cut them down and chase the threads, if you really need them? I have the correct M10x 1.25 pitch die.

send me a pm if you still haven't found them.

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