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OEM rubber fairing grommet

Does anyone know the part number for the stock rubber grommet that goes on the fairings that the screw screws into? Took the bike apart to paint it and pretty much all of the grommets are gone.... :/ Think they might be called "well nuts" but the only wellnuts I saw were too long and were a hard plastic....

I hope this makes sense to someone....
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Check on www.ronayers.com - you can find the parts fiche there with part nos you may need for ordering.

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It is the exact same as the windshield's and V -Cowl's rubber nuts

NUT, COWL SETTING (5MM)
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See if any of the ones in the picture are what you're looking for and I can call up the numbers.
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There are no rubber grommets or spacers for the fairing bolts. Yes for the windscreen bolts. No for the fairing mount bolts.
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There are no rubber grommets or spacers for the fairing bolts. Yes for the windscreen bolts. No for the fairing mount bolts.
You mean, there are no rubber 5mm nuts where the lower cowl bolts on the upper cowl with 3 rubber nuts on each side or the 2 rubber nuts for the V-cowl?


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You mean, there are no rubber 5mm nuts where the lower cowl bolts on the upper cowl with 3 rubber nuts on each side or the 2 rubber nuts for the V-cowl?
I assumed grommets as he mentioned were washers. I see know. Wellnuts. lol
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I wasn't able to find the exact part on the website or the diagram. It's hard to tell... :/


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They're all over Ebay as windscreen wellnuts. I've bought them too, at Cycle gear. They're handy to have around. Same as some of the fairing and inner v-cowl wellnuts. And the four in the tailsection.

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This one is for the frame where the radiators mount. (SP2)

90301-MBY-003 NUT, SPECIAL (6MM) $4.22 $2.90



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