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    Default Help with Bolt Size

    Anybody know what the thread size is on the taped holes on the front of a DK35? The 4 bolt holes where the factory brush guard would attach. I'm going to start fabbing up a brush guard, and I don't have a big assortment of metric taps.

    I can find the Kioti bolt part numbers but that doesn't really help. Already sent a PM to Rick, but was hoping someone might remember...

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    Default Re: Help with Bolt Size

    Max what are you tapping out?
    Arn't the treads already tapped in the front frame?
    I am not sure of the size of the old framed DK35 but I can pull a bolt of a new one a check that for you tomorrow!
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    Default Re: Help with Bolt Size

    Quote Originally Posted by wallace View Post
    Max what are you tapping out?
    Arn't the treads already tapped in the front frame?
    I am not sure of the size of the old framed DK35 but I can pull a bolt of a new one a check that for you tomorrow!

    Rick,

    Not tapping anything(that's plan b). On the very front of the frame is a short flat crossmember. It has 4 tapped holes where the factory brush guard, or a weight kit would mount. I believe the kioti part number for the bolt is either 01173-51425 or 01176-51240 difference being length. What I need to know is the bolt size and pitch. I'm assuming it's something like an M14, but I was trying to save some fustration..
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    Default Re: Help with Bolt Size

    These - just on the old frame. ...I busted the upper mounting bracket off the plastic grille. I managed to get it back together - but there is no way it will survive another blow.


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    Default Re: Help with Bolt Size

    14x1.25x35mm
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    Default Re: Help with Bolt Size

    Quote Originally Posted by wallace View Post
    14x1.25x35mm
    You rock!

    Thank you Sir.
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