Bill...Do you know of a web site, that gives the different sizes of screws, bolts, for Suzuki? I know you can look at different parts catalogs, (which I do) but. a lot of the time it just gives the description such as "Bolt" but it leaves off the size and length. I sometimes do my ordering while on a business trip, gives me something to do.Of course one way would be for me to simply measure the fastener
Can you take the Suzuki part number of the fastener, and use some kind of cross index list, that breaks down that number, that tells the actual dimensions of the fastener?
Lets take Pro Bolt for example: They have a lot of kits already made up, so you don't worry about size and grip length, but if I wanted to change the water pump bolts for example:
your out of luck I'm sure it is a "6mm" but the grip length???
I think it was Yamaha, that you could take the part number and somewhere on the net, you could find the break down of the P/N.
"The Suzuki M10 side-stand mounting screws seem to be prone to seize in place, in part because of its low profile socket drive and in part because of their location on the bike's underside. I'm hoping that titanium will stop that".
I think the issue on the mounting bolts is simply galvanic corrosion. With the use of "Titanium Fasteners" you would only need to apply "Anti Seize" compound to the threaded area, to reduce this.