We all have had stripped Phillips head case screws. Some have used stainless steel hex as replacement.
Ideally the replacement would be pan or button style:
But on the case, since the head is not going to interfere with anything, standard head would work.
I preferred to go with the pan head, but the problem is, I can't source 6x18, 6x32, or 6x65 in pan, only standard. 6x32 is used on my CT70 and calls for one on the right side cover. 6x18 is used on the left side cover and calls for 3. 6x65 is used on the left side cover of my CT70 and calls for 2.
So either I use standard head on all the case screw or put a washer under the 6x20 to make it 6x18. That's my choice. Has anyone thought about this?
Also, the clutch house screws (4 on my clutch) calls for 5x10 (.8pitch for my year) - can I use standard head or would the protrude and interfere or create a weight imbalance on the spinning clutch?