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1951 adam
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Anyone have a good photo of the cotter pins in place below the wing nuts? Thanks in advance ( buddy seat on a bobber yuck!) momma wants to ride.!
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Here is a pic, but where is the "bobber"? All I see is your Pan stocker.
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Re: Buddy seat

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these are not the best shots but might help.

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Keep in mind the cotter pin is only there to keep the parts from falling off if they come loose. It does not lock anything in place....

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Thanks Robbie and John , the issue is when loosening the wing nuts they contact the cotter pin head as I'm turning them down ,. I was looking for a good factory shot of the pins, I need to order some more 510's , the ones I used are about the same size .
Thanks again
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