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Old 16-07-12   #1 (permalink)
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Jo Beau m300 blade bolts

Trying to order the correct size bolts for my m300, absolutely shedloads of bolts described by measurements only, what do I need? .com
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Trying to order the correct size bolts for my m300, absolutely shedloads of bolts described by measurements only, what do I need? .com
You need to go to a shop that sells bolts bearing a example of said required bolt.

OR look online for a thread gauge,then measure the threads on you bolts,the diameter of the bolt,then the length.

The tensile of the bolt might be stamped on the top.
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Re: Jo Beau m300 blade bolts

Tops of most of the bolts are well scuffed, hard to make out any letters/numbers, as for tensile strength havent got a clue there.
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Re: Jo Beau m300 blade bolts

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Re: Jo Beau m300 blade bolts

I was trying to call them earlier but the phone didnt get answered.then it was too late, was trying to save myself time tomorrow if I could get an idea off here, then I could just email the order through.
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i will pull the m400 out in the morning and see if there is a number stamped in them
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There special bolts, with a more rounded head than usual, at least they are on mine
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Re: Jo Beau m300 blade bolts

Thats right, slightly rounded take a 17mm socket, or whatever stupid size the local village idiots gunned it up with hence the beginning of the problem. Actually havent managed to get out the most damaged bolt yet, looks like a rats chewed on it. Pillocks.
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There special bolts, with a more rounded head than usual, at least they are on mine
Very very important; low profile head for obvious reason - otherwise destroy your anvil rapido! Get genuine ones only...
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Re: Jo Beau m300 blade bolts

who's the Jo Beau main dealer these days?
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