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ISO exhaust heat shields with the screws

All of the screws and clips on my heat shields are rust fuzed together and wont budge. I cant reattach them to the pipes now. I'm mostly looking for the bikes right side exhaust shield, which is the shorter one that doesn't run up the header (rear cylinder). If you have a good functioning one just laying around I'd love to buy it off you.
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Not sure what ISO has to do with it. Way back when I replaced the stator on my 2002, the rear tab broke off the rear heat shield. I used a Dremel with a reinforced cutoff wheel to cut a notch out at the bottom rear corner of the shield, then used a hose clamp to attach it to the muffler. It was barely visible. But you can find those parts on eBay. I also had to replace a right rear muffler because the weld cracked at the very front and caused an exhaust leak. I got a really nice one off eBay for $35.

Any metric bolt of the proper size will work just fine, but the shields themselves are bike specific.

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Not sure what ISO has to do with it. Way back when I replaced the stator on my 2002, the rear tab broke off the rear heat shield. I used a Dremel with a reinforced cutoff wheel to cut a notch out at the bottom rear corner of the shield, then used a hose clamp to attach it to the muffler. It was barely visible. But you can find those parts on eBay. I also had to replace a right rear muffler because the weld cracked at the very front and caused an exhaust leak. I got a really nice one off eBay for $35.

Any metric bolt of the proper size will work just fine, but the shields themselves are bike specific.
Doesn't ISO mean "in search of"? If not I'm sorry

And this issue is the clamps and screws are so rusty I can't move them without breaking. I'll try your hose clamp method though, it sounds promising.
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The only ISO I know of refers to the International Organization for Standardization. If nothing is broken yet, you might be able to save the shields by cutting the bolts with a Dremel, and removing the shields and clamps intact. Then you might be able to save the shields. But the one that broke on mine was not even rusty. Just very thin metal and poor quality construction.

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Doesn't ISO mean "in search of"? If not I'm sorry



And this issue is the clamps and screws are so rusty I can't move them without breaking. I'll try your hose clamp method though, it sounds promising.
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