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Old July 26th, 2011, 11:25 PM   #1
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I need some counter sunk bolts for my sliders and am wondering what everyone is running and where they got them from.

Basically like these but maybe somewhere local has them?

http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....D=SFHS51618XXX

Also should I run locking nuts on the inside of the tub or these?

http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....uctid=NRV51618
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Those are flat head socket head cap screws. Not countersunk bolts. The flat head bolt sits in a countersunk hole.

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http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/wwg...N=0&sst=subset

Check your local hardware also. Don't use inserts, bolt through to a nut & washer.
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http://www.mcmaster.com/#cad-2d/92210a591/=dcuo9a

http://www.mcmaster.com/#cad-2d/92210a583/=dcuo6k

Also I agree with Whiterhino, use a nice body washer, something big and thick and bolt through the tub.
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I agree, but use stainless steal and you can get them at Mid-State nut and bolt in Burton at bristol and 475
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Depending how many one need, Ive ordered bolts from boltdepot.com. Nice quality at cheap prices.
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Those are flat head socket head cap screws. Not countersunk bolts. The flat head bolt sits in a countersunk hole.

Purchase here
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/wwg...N=0&sst=subset

Check your local hardware also. Don't use inserts, bolt through to a nut & washer.
Ok cool thanks. Butler has 12 anyone have 2 nuts and bolts if not will homedepot, lowes or tsc have them?
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I agree, but use stainless steal and you can get them at Mid-State nut and bolt in Burton at bristol and 475
Thats a little far thanks tho if needed ill find them online
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Depending how many one need, Ive ordered bolts from boltdepot.com. Nice quality at cheap prices.
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http://www.mcmaster.com/#cad-2d/92210a591/=dcuo9a

http://www.mcmaster.com/#cad-2d/92210a583/=dcuo6k

Also I agree with Whiterhino, use a nice body washer, something big and thick and bolt through the tub.
do i need a heavy duty or extra wide nylon locking nut or will a regular one be plenty?
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Well one way or another, you need to have either a washer/locking nut, or a washer/lock washer/nut combo.

But a standard ny-lock will suffice.
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I got everything I need now thanks butler!
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