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    Anyone know the screw/thread size of the 13mm Intake Grate Bolt?

    I tried removing my intake grate for the first time on my boat, and the fuckin head twisted right off the front bolt (13mm large). Does anyone know the size/thread of that bolt, I'm pretty sure it's the same as an RXP.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TampaSpeedster View Post
    I tried removing my intake grate for the first time on my boat, and the fuckin head twisted right off the front bolt (13mm large). Does anyone know the size/thread of that bolt, I'm pretty sure it's the same as an RXP.



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    Bob
    If it is the same as a RXP then its standard M8 bolt. R88

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    should me 8 x 1.25 mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by tchies View Post
    should me 8 x 1.25 mm

    Thanks much, can anyone double-confirm?

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    Here's the part number and description of that bolt for your boat:

    SKU: 207184060
    Hex. Screw M8 X 40

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    On a speedster (or all brp jet boats), you got a nut on top of that bolt (in engine compartment below drive shaft), thats maybee why you broke the bolt. Make sure you put enough silicone to seal the bolt (under and inside engine compt)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pass1 View Post
    On a speedster (or all brp jet boats), you got a nut on top of that bolt (in engine compartment below drive shaft), thats maybee why you broke the bolt. Make sure you put enough silicone to seal the bolt (under and inside engine compt)
    Good lord, I wonder if you can even get to it inside the boat?

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    Thats what I had to do when I replaced the grate on my friend sportster 150. Me inside the engine compartment and him under the boat.

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    use a 10.9 strength, M8x1.25mmx40mm

    dont use 8.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by H2HO View Post
    use a 10.9 strength, M8x1.25mmx40mm

    dont use 8.8
    This would do the trick, what ever you do make sure its stainless.

    http://alloyboltz.com/catalog/produc...3be85feaea3489

    R88

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