i just got done doing this today. the special nuts on the bottom are not an issue for me, they just press in and hold pretty securely. it isn't like you're trying to compress two case halves together....
the left side is a piece of cake. the top hole is already threaded on the frame so no need for speed nuts or anything.
the right side is pretty tight against the cylinder head. i bought aftermarket heat deflectors off of amazon and the bolts that came with may have been longer than the hd ones. i did buy the speed nuts and special nuts from hd though. to get that top bolt to fit, i cut off about 1/4'' so that i could get the threads started by hand.
to make the job easier, a flex head ratcheting wrench works pretty good and is what i used. i think that one of those finger tip ratchets would work even better but i don't have one of those, so can't say for sure.
now to find out, do these things even work?
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