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1982 gpz 750 36mm throttle plate screws 23 Jul 2021 20:30 #852404

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Anyone no where I can get these screws?
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1982 gpz 750 36mm throttle plate screws 24 Jul 2021 05:49 #852416

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I bought a bag of them from China as I was not able to find any that were predrilled. 
Have made my own collet holder to be able to drill them in the lathe.
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Gpz750R1 1982
Gpz750A1 1983
Gpz1100A2 1984
FZ750 1985

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1982 gpz 750 36mm throttle plate screws 24 Jul 2021 06:52 #852422

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Measure / verify the diameter and thread length:

www.mcmaster.com/screws/thread-size~m4/head-type~flat/
Motorcycle builder since 1973. Master Tech. Current bike: 1982 GPZ1100B2.

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1982 gpz 750 36mm throttle plate screws 24 Jul 2021 09:59 #852438

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Agree on measuring.  Diameter and thread pitch.  

BTW, those carbs are 34mm.  

If you get stuck, I probably have some spares.  Not a full set though.

And since it looks like you media blasted all the parts the steel parts will rust post haste unless you replate them, or at least paint.  Zinc plating with chromate is recommended.
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1982 gpz 750 36mm throttle plate screws 24 Jul 2021 10:30 #852443

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Nessism is perfectly correct, you will need to zink plate and cromate the steel hardware. But you also need to be able to secure the screws so they dont end up in the cylinders.
therefor my comment about drilling them so that you can flatten out the ends.
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Gpz750R1 1982
Gpz750A1 1983
Gpz1100A2 1984
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1982 gpz 750 36mm throttle plate screws 24 Jul 2021 15:01 #852458

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For what it's worth...Wired George media blasts the carbs he rebuilds and then sprays them with some clear coat junk.  I've rebuilt a few sets that he previously rebuilt, after the owner couldn't get them to run right.  I found blast grit all through the inside of the carbs.  The blasted parts were starting to rust too.  Not a fan.
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1982 gpz 750 36mm throttle plate screws 24 Jul 2021 18:26 #852466

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Cerakote works like a charm. Looks OEM but resistant to chemicals and thin for reassembly!
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1982 gpz 750 36mm throttle plate screws 25 Jul 2021 07:40 #852507

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I plugged everything up as to not get the insides blasted.
 

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