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post #1 of 4 Old 06-11-2013, 11:08 AM Thread Starter
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TJ soft top replacement screws alternative

Has anyone bought replacement screws for the roll bar bracket from Home Depot or the like? Do you remember the size? I'd rather run out and get it done today, than wait 3-4 days for them to be shipped from ebay or Quadratec. Thanks.

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post #2 of 4 Old 06-11-2013, 02:34 PM
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Wrong forum dude. You might want to ask the tj guys. Your in YJ tech

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I wish I could remember the size for you, but I did get those screws from Lowe's in regular hex head.

EDIT: according to the parts diagram on Morris 4x4 they are M6x1x25mm

Look in the automotive specialty bolts drawer in the heardware section in Lowe's, they had the same tapered bolt with a flanged head, just a hex instead of a torx.


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Wrong forum dude. You might want to ask the tj guys. Your in YJ tech
oops, my bad.

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I wish I could remember the size for you, but I did get those screws from Lowe's in regular hex head.

EDIT: according to the parts diagram on Morris 4x4 they are M6x1x25mm

Look in the automotive specialty bolts drawer in the heardware section in Lowe's, they had the same tapered bolt with a flanged head, just a hex instead of a torx.
thanks buddy.
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