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    Valve adjustment nut/bot

    This maybe a dumb question, but are the nut and bolt used to adjust valve clearances on the BROS 400 a generic part that's interchangeable with any other bike?

    I've got to adjust mine and for some reason that I've never seen before, they're all badly damaged threads and the nut is basically locked in place on a few of them.
    I tried taking a nut off to see if I could re thread them but it just tore the thread to pieces taking it off, so I'd like to just replace them all

    Given this bike was never released in my country I thought I'd see if they're interchangeable with any models that were released here first

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    https://www.cmsnl.com/honda-nt400-br...l#.YZOMFtDP3Dd

    Good Luck !

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      #3
      The nut and bolt WILL be generic across many models. I can guarantee that even before researching. They will even have the same or different part numbers depending on model/year. I have sourced many parts for my 650 that are not my model or my year. EG Cam chains, Cam chain guides, Cam chain adjusters, Piston ring sets (Off a VT750), all bearings, clutch thrust plate, etc etc. I will research and come back with availability. NOTE 650 and 400 have the same parts....done SCREW 90014-MF5-000 $2.55 NUT 90206-590-000 $1.16. Both on MANY hondas and both available from Webike Japan. (A staggeringly fantastic site for bike parts)

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        #4
        ggdav, are you in the UK, if so David Silver is good for Honda parts

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          #5
          Originally Posted by ekspatriat View Post
          The nut and bolt WILL be generic across many models. I can guarantee that even before researching. They will even have the same or different part numbers depending on model/year. I have sourced many parts for my 650 that are not my model or my year. EG Cam chains, Cam chain guides, Cam chain adjusters, Piston ring sets (Off a VT750), all bearings, clutch thrust plate, etc etc. I will research and come back with availability. NOTE 650 and 400 have the same parts....done SCREW 90014-MF5-000 $2.55 NUT 90206-590-000 $1.16. Both on MANY hondas and both available from Webike Japan. (A staggeringly fantastic site for bike parts)
          Well look at you go sir!!

          That's a helpful reply if i've ever seen one.
          Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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            #6
            nut/bot

            "I couldn't afford NOT to buy it!"

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              #7
              Originally Posted by BBBROS View Post
              Thank you. I had checked the sites I knew about like wemoto, but hadn't heard of cmsnl. Looks like they have a lot of other stuff I need too.

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                #8
                Originally Posted by ekspatriat View Post
                The nut and bolt WILL be generic across many models. I can guarantee that even before researching. They will even have the same or different part numbers depending on model/year. I have sourced many parts for my 650 that are not my model or my year. EG Cam chains, Cam chain guides, Cam chain adjusters, Piston ring sets (Off a VT750), all bearings, clutch thrust plate, etc etc. I will research and come back with availability. NOTE 650 and 400 have the same parts....done SCREW 90014-MF5-000 $2.55 NUT 90206-590-000 $1.16. Both on MANY hondas and both available from Webike Japan. (A staggeringly fantastic site for bike parts)
                Wow thank you so much. That's an amazingly detailed response. I really appreciate that

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                  #9
                  I got a set of mini spanners. I believe the square is 4mm.
                  Hawk with many differently shaped fuel tanks.

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                    #10
                    I think you will find that Webike will have far more than any other site AND with their postage rates far lower than most....they are the best bet. And in typical Japanese manor....delivery times are brilliant.

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