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Yamaha V Star 650 Custom 2007 - Battery Post Bolts - What the?

The battery posts bolts look to be a 10mm hex head but the gap between the head and the battery is so small no wrench, socket or driver will fit. They also have 4 point star insert of some kind I have never seen before. Does anyone know what these are and why they would make something impossible to work on? (I just need to add charger leads, but how would you change the battery?)

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That 4 point star you refer to is a large phillips head srewdriver slot w/ hexhead so when you can't get a socket or open end wrench on it you use a srewdriver...even a flatblade screwdriver that fits into 2 points of the 4 will remove them.....Good luck to you friend....Tim

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