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So I am over in mainland China with a 2007 AN650 Exec, and have a 2003 AN650 Exec back in NZ nice and snug in one of my sisters' and her husbands garage. As I do most of my own wrenching on all my rides (Jetmax, XVS1100AC, XT1200Z (S10), AN650K3 & K7 plus a Suzuki Swift), I have two questions related to the stopper bolt.

Firstly is the stopper bolt the same on both years 2003 versus 2007? Secondly, I would also like to know any places where I can organise to purchase stopper bolts for both years (if the bolts differ) over in the USA or UK (either OEM or after market) as I have friends more than willing to buy these bolts for me and bring them back to mainland China. The bolt is not easily found here, and the one seller (via taobao.com) who has/had them for sale hasn't got any in stock right now and has no idea when or if he will get more, also the prices he had on them were around US$10 each. The seller has offered to have a few fabricated for free (as I have bought other burgy consumables from him), however I'm a little hesitant about that as I'm sure the bolts are made from specialised steel, and getting something to spec in mainland China is fraught with problems. QC is a "concept only" great on paper but not very doable most of the time here. ISO9001 is simply often a set of letters and numbers that require printers ink, paint or application of adhesive vinyl lettering - I kid not.

So what say you, brethren?
 

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The 03 and 07 take the same newer bolt. I would not trust a made up one. I am sure Suzuki gets its bolts from mainland China too but it is made to spec and heat treated.
 

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Part # 21748-10G10 fit all years from '03-'09. For the earlier models it's an updated one (silver in color vs. the older gold colored one). There's plenty of places online to buy them like Ron Ayers, Oneida, Mr Cycles, etc... Current list price is $6.06 USD each.
 

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you should be able to order the stopper bolt from anybody that sells OEM Suzuki parts.

the bolt should be the same for your model years unless the Primary Pulley has been replaced with the newer / redesigned one.

Most places don't stock the bolt and will have to order it direct from a Suzuki warehouse for you, turn around is usually about 2-5 days.

I don't think they do drop shipping, so take that into account when ordering the part from an online vendor vs a local dealer. Price isn't that
different whether you buy it online or locally.

good luck...
 

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just for completeness - and to save people hunting all over - the 2011 model part number is 21748-10G20
 

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Gbjbany said:
just for completeness - and to save people hunting all over - the 2011 model part number is 21748-10G20
And note that it only fits 2011-up unless the primary assembly has been updated.
 

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QuantumRift said:
I ordered several from Boulevard Suzuki a couple of years ago:

viewtopic.php?f=4&t=49265&hilit=+stopper+bolt

I thought at first it was Oneida Suzuki but I went back and checked my posts....

http://www.boulevardsuzuki.com/

I bought several from Oneida and keep them on my workbench. I think I paid under $5 each.
Thanks for sharing that link http://www.boulevardsuzuki.com/ who have the stopper bolt for just over $4. I can buy 3 bolts for the price I can buy 1 bolt here in mainland China and still save money. That being said though, I haven't factored in postage. Have a riding friend who will collect the bolts in Dallas and bring them back to China on his return after Xmas. I'm also looking to get another Shark Evoline (Series 3) as I have the series 2 in NZ, and luv the helmet and the whole modular concept. Hopefully my friend can grab one of those at a good price in the USA while there, else I will but one online in the UK have it shipped to a UK friend who travels between China and the UK every couple of months.
 

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Thanks to all that responded to my request for stopper bolt buying options. :thumbup:
My friend will be heading back to Dallas for the Xmas holidays etc to catch up with friends and family, and he has offered to grab several stopper bolts during his visit home.

Again, thanks folks.
 

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Got 4 new bolts and the shark evoline helmet... thanks to a riding acquaintance who kindly offered to order and haul the items back with him from his home in Dallas, TX to his home here in China. Was out riding yesterday, and my left front mirror assembly took a hit from a motorist driving in the opposite direction who pulled out to pass a double parked vehicle and then some electric scooters & bicycles also passing the same double parked vehicle, meaning the vehicle was well and truly on the wrong side of the road. This is actually a common occurrence where vehicle drivers are somewhat aggressive passing vehicles in oncoming lanes if there is a motorcycle, or scooter approaching them. It happens so regularly that I try where possible to hold my ground and use the horn, to force the other driver to yield, it doesn't always work or is not possible due to speed and other factors. It is really a passive aggressive approach.
The vehicle that did the triple pass manoeuvre was in a line of traffic that was passing round the double parked vehicle, but not so the driver of the vehicle that clipped my mirror, since the driver didn't have the patience to just hang in there with the bikes and scoots passing said double parked vehicle. The mirror folded in but the indicator lens popped out, I'd used the horn as is customary in China and some parts of Asia generally as I approached the scene before the offending vehicle pulled out trying to force me to yield. Unfortunately I now have to replace the lens which when I priced up via toabao (China's answer to eBay) is $32. Time to check out buying and shipping a lens from the USA.

Still was nice out riding through the mountains though cautiously so with snow and ice in some places.

HaPpy NEw YeAr AlL
 

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Oneida Suzuki sell stopper bolt 21748-10G10 - $4.29
 

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When you figure in shipping it's probably just as cheap to buy it from a dealer.

Bill
 

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freddy cook said:
Where would get one for 2012 650 executive or does it need one,where are they located on bike.THANKS.
Same place different number for 2011-up. 21748-10G20
 
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