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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? :confused1:.com :001_rolleyes:

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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? :confused1:.com :001_rolleyes:

 

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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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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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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Thats right, slightly rounded take a 17mm socket, or whatever stupid size the local village idiots gunned it up with :001_rolleyes: 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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