Originally Posted by poke_53
Now my question is when I weld these to the brackets are these tolerances too large for what I want to do with it?
Thanks for the help
For the LCA bolts, try using SAE Grade 8 bolts with a 14mm metric washer (if you even need the washers welded to the brackets). If the bolt holes have not wallowed out, the SAE bolts are a little tighter fit on the holes compared to metric.
9/16" = 14,29mm.
On the trackbar, you're better off with a metric nolt, but as was mentioned try using 3/8" heavy duty washer welded to the bracket. 3/8" = 9,53mm -> 10mm bolt barely fits through (usually needs to be threaded through a SAE 3/8" washer).
edit: I suggest taking the trackbar bolt with you to the hardware store and check a few SAE wahsers with it. Washers usually aren't exactly to the spec., so some of them could fit over the bolt fairly well where others will definitely not.
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