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Hi

Do you know your V11?

See attached photo of bolt

Where does it go on your V11?

Question I really want answered is how do you tighten it when there is nothing on head to use a spanner etc on? Mine have come loose.

Otherwise I could replace with something else like a Button Head Cap Screw

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A quiz! :nerd:

 

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That is the anti tamper bolt that goes into the bottom of the Ignition switch or it's mount. Its meant to be not removable . They screw it in then snap the head off. It's not easy to remove but sometimes they loosen up and fall right out.. I once cut a groove in one to get it out with a screw driver.

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Yeah, I've dealt with those things. Just use a cap screw, and consider yourself lucky it fell out. :rasta:

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While you have the ignition switch out, it is a good time to clean and lube it's guts. I have some ignition switch grease you can use.

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I’ve had a few fixings of various types rattle loose there.  

What have you guys had success with?

is there a torque value or anyone using a threadlocker?

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Uhhhh , this is kinda vague . what are you finding loose ? Some things get Loctite blue . Red if it is PERMANENT . Some get different kinds of washers . If you have a torque wrench and like using it , PRACTICE using it . Get a torque table and practice .

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