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What size are the 4 front fender to forks bolts on a VTX 1300 R

The bolts in question are the 4 (2 on each side) bolts that hold the retro front fender to the forks. Thank you.

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  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    the front cylinder on driver's side (gray non-shiny) Its right next to bolt that attaches jugs. Looks like someone may have tried to disguise the hole and the metal putty depressed in a half inch about the size of a dime. It runs great, but it looks bad. I have pictures I can send

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