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Wellnut help

For those still riding 13 and down RG, where do y'all get the wellnuts for the windshield? One of mine went bad, and need to replace. Didn't know if there was somewhere local other than Harley. Thanks!
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I just brought 5 from the dealer at $1.90 a piece.


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My local Handyman Hardware store carries them, maybe one of your local hardware stores will also, if the closest dealer is far away.


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I bought mine at Fastenal, the head is a little bigger, therefore they do not fall threw .... almost same price , but a better product.

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most any hardware store has them , I bought them for about 30 cents each IIRC

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You can rehabilitate them with a hot air gun or hair dryer. Blow hot air on them from about 8-12 inches away and they go back to pretty much their original shape.

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