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 Post subject: case bolts
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 10:50 am 
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A while back on the old board someone very nicely went to the trouble of finding out the sizes/lengths and quantity of S bolts for the Buffalos main cases.
Does anyone have that info quickly to hand???

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 29, 2009 9:24 am 
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Allan,
I remember I went through and measured every case bolt on the 750 and posted the list on the old board. That was lost in the big crash. Not sure if that was what you are referring to but I will try and dig that info out and post it again.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 29, 2009 12:36 pm 
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I made a hard copy print out of that post. I still have it in a binder. I can try to scan it or just make a copy and mail it. It was extremely useful and I relied on it quite a bit when I was building my bike. Thanks John.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 29, 2009 2:03 pm 
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I found John's first post :D Hope this helps!


All measurements are as follows.
(quantity)size x length
thread pitches are
M5=.75
M6=1.0
M8=1.25
M10=1.25

Clutch side cover
(3) M6x10 countersunk screws, clutch release guide
(9) M6x30
(1) M6x40
(3) M5x10 clutch cover

Waterpump cover
(Cool M6x25

Points side cover
(7) M6x25
(2) M6x35
(1) M6x40

Thermostat cover
(3) M6x35

Starter cover
(3) M5x10

Oil pump cover
(1) M5x15
(2) M5x45
(2) M5x15 faceplate

Oil pump
(3) M5x25

Alternator
(3) M5x125
(4) M5x20 cover

Sprocket cover
(2) M6x55
(1) M6x15

Gearshift cover
(1) M6x45
(1) M6x35
(1) M6x25

Engine case bolts by number
1 M10x130
2 M10x100
3 M10x100
4 M10x100
5 M10x100
6 M10x100
7 M10x100
8 M10x100
9 M8x50
10 M8x110
11 M8x50
12 M8x50
13 M8x110
14 M8x95
15 M8x95
16 M8x50
17 M8x50
18 M8x60
19 M8x40
20 M8x75
21 M8x85
22 M8x110
23 M6x110
24 M6x85
25 M6x35
26 M6x35
27 M6x35
28 M6x35
29 M6x35
30 M6x35
31 M6x95
32 M6x95
33 M6x110

Bearings and seals
kickstart shaft seal- 20x37x7
Points
Large inner bearing- SKF 16006
Small outer bearing- SKF 6302 2zjem
oil seal- 20x35x7 (7915)
Shifter shaft seal- 12x22x7 (4710)
Clutch seal- 25x34x7
Clutch hub bearing- 6003
Output shaft seal- 32x42x6
Waterpump
internal bearing- 6200
seal- 10x22x8 (562660)

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 30, 2009 6:16 am 
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Thanks Dave!

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 02, 2009 3:31 pm 
can this be a sticky?


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 02, 2009 3:59 pm 
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I'd vote for that also !

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I put a copy in the repair section .

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 03, 2009 2:33 pm 
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Does anyone have this info? For the GT/T500? Would be very helpful especially the bearing and seals
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 Post subject: Re: case bolts
PostPosted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 10:02 am 
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in french, for the seals
spi vilo central _2... 09283-30003
spi vilo ext _1... 09283-35002
spi vilo ext _1... 09283-25014
spi selecteur _2... 09285-12002
spi psb _1... 09283-27001
spi kick _1... 09285-16002
spi tambour _1... 09285-16002
spi carter emb _1... 09284-10002
spi butee ext _1... 09285-08001
torique psb _1... 09280-63001
torique tambour _1... 09280-28002
torique vilo _4... 09280-76001
for the bearings...of the crankshaft it now ok, the others ...I don't already know

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 Post subject: Re: case bolts
PostPosted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 10:05 am 
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but the 4 rings seal of the mains bearings are at the origine not enough big...too difficult to explane in english so, I WILL give you the ring seals I use...

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 Post subject: Re: case bolts
PostPosted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 1:09 pm 
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Dinogt, I looked at your website today. Although I know very little French, I was still able to understand some of what was there. Would it be possible for you to get someone to put up an English version too? And also Italian, German, there are a lot of Suzuki's in those countries also. :D


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 Post subject: Re: case bolts
PostPosted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 3:00 pm 
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yes , of course, a freind is the webmaster, I ask him for about 15 pics more with explanation and a new motor animation since....4 months...i think he will do it in some days.
I must and say him how can I do to wright english when I clic a button or double text french and english...italien I know about with my parents...spanish...like Popeye I must eat tem before :wink: .
If I must pay him for 4 language to clic on a button, I must first see the price because I don't live again of this job, I do another job more 35 hours by week and I can't put off my money out through the windows.
At first, this website was not specialy for T 500 but my preferate motobike, my race freinds and my pleasure to find horses were they can be do this...Yes , I must take the good hour for my website, but my machined bearing, con rods, cylinder top and ignition are finish just this year, all in the same time

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 Post subject: Re: case bolts
PostPosted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 4:26 pm 
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Try Google translate to see how well it works.

Maybe you can do this without too much cost from the webmaster.

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