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post #1 of 5 Old Apr 13th, 2018, 2:24 am Thread Starter
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Stingray lid screws. What do they look like?

So last year I picked up a banged up 2000lt and pulled it apart to rebuild it (clutch, slave, brakes, driveshaft ect.) and bring it back to life.
It's been a long journey and not without it's challenges.
I'm finally getting to put it back together and as I was installing all of the bodywork and screws (is there any bike anywhere with this many screws holding the body together?)
But my problem is that the bucket of screws that I have (and there are a lot of them) that I am slowly installing doesn't seem to have the two small screws that holds the sting ray lid on.

Could someone please share a picture of the two little screws that hold their stereo lid on? I never should have removed it but as I was tearing it down I'm sure I was on a roll. So a picture should help me fine the correct screw.

Really close to having a bike again! : )

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Re: Stingray lid screws. What do they look like?

Here you go.
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Here you go.
Now that's what I call helping a friend. You went and removed a screw from your bike and took a picture of it.
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Here you go.
Like a little wood screw. I don't have them in my large bucket of torx screws.
I guess I'll have to make something work.
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