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post #1 of 7 Old 08-21-2018, 06:43 PM Thread Starter
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Cj 1977 cj7 roll bar bolts ?

I have a 1977 cj7 that I am gathering parts for so I can fix it up and I was wondering if anyone knows where I can find 1 of the roll bar bolts. Its the roll bar that sits on top of the wheel wells and their are 8 bolts going through the body and I am missing just 1.
I have looked around with no luck, so any help with this would be great..
Thank You Roger

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the bolt takes a Torx t45 bit, it is a button head bolt with a 3/4' dia.
head its 2" long fully threaded with 3/8"-16 threads
the bolt goes through the tub then a spacer and through the lower angle of the roll bar.
I do not have any of the bolts that go through the roll bar and fender wells if some one had a picture of one that would also help out so I know what I am looking for

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post #2 of 7 Old 08-22-2018, 04:55 AM
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Torx Head?


It would help if you describe what type it is you seek. Length, thread size, head of bolt type, fully threaded or partial, etc.

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i will do that in a few hours, get a picture alone with size length
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Is it the bolt going through the side of the tub, or down through the fender well?

I replaced mine with button head allen screws from the hardware store. If you want to stay with the torx head, then I would pull one out and see what size you need, then check McMaster Carr or similar.

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I might have a spare bolt I bought a new set of torx bolts for my roll bar.


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Unless you're doing a factory restoration it's a great time to go to either a hex head or allen head.
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no one has one of these bolts kicking around they would part with
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