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post #1 of 6 Old 06-18-2010, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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Warn rock sliders

The other week i locally bought Warn rock guards for my TJ. I have all the spacers but was wondering what type of hardware I should use? I want something that looks like the original hardware. Hopefully I can buy it at a Home depot or lowes. Let me know what you guys think, im very excited to get them on my rig asap!

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first google hit:
http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/g...arnSliders.jpg

which is what came with mine. oval hex socket head bolts.
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im guessing hardened? 8.8?
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I'd use grade 8 hardware. Grade 5 would even be fine.
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im guessing hardened? 8.8?
Button heads, flat heads and socket cap screws are actually stronger then a grade 8.

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Button heads, flat heads and socket cap screws are actually stronger then a grade 8.
??! The shape of the head has nothing to do with the grade of the steel.

No need for hardened bolts for rocker guards. Won't hurt, but sure isn't necessary. (They're only bolting to sheet metal...)
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