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Unread 11-01-2012, 11:06 AM   #1
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Windshield frame/roll cage bolts

Does anyone know where to get replacements for the bolts that hold the rollcage cross bars to the windshield frame?

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There is nothing special about those bolts. You can go to fastenal or equivalent and get 5/16 coarse thread (18 TPI) bolts countersunk allen head, I think they're 1" or 1 1/4" but you can pull one out and take it in. Not sure if they're grade 5 or 8 but you won't go wrong with grade 8.
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Thank you. I will look for those.
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go to an Ace hardware and buy the hex head bolts with intergrated locking washers, i did and found black ones SCREW TORX BOLTS!!!! sorry I dont have a pic just yet. but they are waaaaaaaaayyyyy better.
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