Three choices. Kawiforums (see link at bottom of this page), Ebay, or your local dealership. You might have luck calling some of the aftermarket places but its probably not worth your time. Lastly, you could get the service manual, figure out the sizes for all the bolts and just pick them up at a local hardware store. The only ones you usually can't get there are metric well nuts, so if your fairings use those you'll need to do some online research to find them.
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