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04 CBR600RR shift pedal linkage bolt broke off wtf
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04 CBR600RR shift pedal linkage bolt broke off wtf - February 24, 2014, 01:38 PM

So I was in 3rd gear, just riding about and suddenly I couldn't find the shifter pedal. Luckily I was about 2 minutes away from home, so I somehow made it back home.

Upon inspection it looks like the bolt that connects the shifter rod has snapped off. The other end of the bolt is still stuck in there and I'm guessing I might have to use a drill to punch out. Is there a pin behind holding the rod in place behind?

Does anyone know the torque number for tightening something like this?

Lastly, I'm thinking I'd just need to buy something like this?

04 Honda CBR600RR CBR 600RR Gearshifter Gear Shifter Linkage Rod Arm Pedal | eBay

Thanks for all the help in advance!
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