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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by lucky6600, Jun 15, 2019.
Now that would suck. Reminds me of this sticker:
There's a Porsche guy on Pelican that does plating & anodizing who's out of the Boston area.
You can find him via his user name, Shaun@Tru76 .
Nice guy that I have met and done business with in the past.
I used to have an International pickup (AS110)....all the bolts were marked IH. I must check a restored one, if I can find one, I don't think IH makes their own bolts these day.
LOL... I have been doing this as well as of late. I've even considered sizing out all the hardware then ordering replacements in bulk.
These are my favorite folks in hardware: https://www.belmetric.com/
They cater to German/Euro dealer and indy car shops, so most of the stuff is German-sourced and the rest is other Euro countries. Bulk injection hose clamps, brake banjo gaskets, alu fill/drain plug gaskets and just about anything threaded you can imagine, in numerous grades, finishes, and head variations.
Damn!!! (In a good way) Every time i think about doing something like in this case making a list of hardware you have already done it. Once again you just saved me a lot of work
Correct me if I'm wrong but I too saw and appreciated Anton's list of hardware. Then I looked at the Index for his pages and couldn't find it. I eventually Bookmarked the page but unless I am using my personal computer (I use the public computer at the Library a lot) I don't think there is a way to find that page.
So, what am I doing wrong?
It's the top listing in "Frame, Forks, Other" http://www.largiader.com/
Re; black bolts, are these the problematic ones (/5 flywheel bolts being sold by MaxBMW)?
11 22 0 016 759 SCREW - M10X1 24MM
Got it Thanks. Somehow I was in another directory, if that makes sense.
wondering if anyone has toyed with "home electroplating" with or without electricity. The wire brush does a great job at cleaning fasteners, but it would be nice if things didn't rust out so quickly after. Looking at something like this...
The caswell site indicates the elctroless gives a more even plating distribution better at going into small spaces, crannies...
I know, factory is cadmium. Don't feel like sending my fasteners to Turkey for this...