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Old 08-22-2018, 01:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys,

I haven't been able to find any online retailers for the camshaft and crankshaft sprocket torque to yield bolts. I didn't see any sticky threads for parts here as well. Anyone know where I can find these parts?
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Hi guys,

I haven't been able to find any online retailers for the camshaft and crankshaft sprocket torque to yield bolts. I didn't see any sticky threads for parts here as well. Anyone know where I can find these parts?
See if you can find the relevant part numbers here https://www.catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki...ZD09ODU0MzA%3D and then use that number to search here https://monsterfactoryparts.com/
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Hey Darrell,

Found the camshaft sprocket bolts. Thanks for the help on that! Got part numbers from the first link then I was able to find them from my regular source. I will check out the monster factory parts site sometime for fun though.
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See if you can find the relevant part numbers here https://www.catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki...ZD09ODU0MzA%3D and then use that number to search here https://monsterfactoryparts.com/
Man, still can't find the crank pulley bolts (aka the harmonic balancer???). I couldn't find them on the catalogs diagram with the above link. Also, I can't seem to attach pics that I took to show exactly which bolts i'm looking for. I will link the appropriate Stuzman youtube video to clarify:


pulley and bolts are at 13:15. These are NOT torque to yield bolts, I mistakenly grouped them with the camshaft sprocket bolts earlier.

First time the belt was done was 5 years ago. The shop must have used some sort of extractor tool on these bolts...one is stripped, the rest seem "gouged into"...won't budge. Now i need to:

1) find a way to remove them

2) find new bolts to put in

Any advice?
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Part 38 ??

https://www.catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki...04NTQzMA%3D%3D
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Do you need to remove them? are the seals ok? leave them alone if thats the case. if not,

big pair of vice grips on the bolt, sharp smack with a big hammer will usually loosen them, otherwise grind 2 flats on them and use a tool of appropriate dimensions (12" adjustable and a big hammer)
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