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Old 01-20-2005, 08:20 PM   #11
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I did the Brafasco thing too, and it was great...45 canadian, and i got 2x or 3x the number needed...
Just summerise what you ned, and they will fine it all..... or most of them
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Old 01-20-2005, 10:48 PM   #12
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i went to brafasco the other day and ordered some screws, it alright u go in and ask at the counter if they have what u r looking for, they will order them if they dont have them.
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Old 01-21-2005, 06:29 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by Newfy
The screws I got are of high quality and very nice, the only thing I really see as a problem is thet there is no course thread screw they are all fine.??? To me putting a fine thread screw into a hole that a course thread screw came out of is asking for trouble. But I may be wrong the plastic / composite material that the truck is made out of may be that good
As mentioned, a fine thread screw has much more holding power, however, they do make the plastic easier to strip due to their smaller thread depth. Just make sure that when you are re-inserting a fine thread screw, that you backwards turn until the click, and then screw in until tight. I have done that with my savage and it's been apart about dozen times atleast, and the holes are still threaded properly... no cross threads, no stripped holes.

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Old 01-21-2005, 03:27 PM   #14
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Customize your own screw kit

Hey, I'm selling any type of phillips or allen key screw, any type of head, any size, as much as you want. PM me with a list of the head type(s), size(s), and quantity. A quote will be Sent back to you within a day or two...My prices are very very good. If i have to ship it to you, you pay shipping fees or we can meet. Trades are available, but it will depend on the situation. I want mainly cash. The more you buy in quantity, the more you save! Very good quality!

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