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Or you could just buy the black bolt caps and save the $$$ for something else:

 

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Or you could just buy the black bolt caps and save the $$$ for something else:

Anyone know if those are easy to remove?

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Or you could just buy the black bolt caps and save the $$$ for something else:

If you take your bike to a dealership. Mechanics HATE these caps. They can be a PITA to remove, shoot off across the shop and roll under work benches and tool boxes, get lost. Some shops will add labor time when they have to deal with these caps and some will not cover the cost of any caps that may be lost or damaged.
 

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For US folks, also check out GS CUSTOM IMAGING. Small business guy that is awesome to work with, based out of Minnesota I believe. Used him to get all my engine bolts blacked out.
 

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Has anyone successfully swapped their chrome-ended engine bolts for black ones? I'm chasing the Dark-Horse look for my 2020 Bobber. I've looked at the following kit;
Buy Screws4bikes stainless steel bolt sets black, for Indian Scout models | Louis motorcycle clothing and technology - do the affected bolts need to be torque-wrench adjusted, or is it a straight swap with sensible tightening by hand?

Welcome any suggestions or advice from someone who's done the same.
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I got my bolts from G&S custom imaging. Really good quality.



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