identification of nuts and bolts

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identification of nuts and bolts

Postby dat5102dr » 05 Nov 2016 23:42

Looking for a example of the nuts and bolts used for door hinges, hood and trunk
thanks for your time

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Re: identification of nuts and bolts

Postby dat5102dr » 07 Nov 2016 14:05

?

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Re: identification of nuts and bolts

Postby RMS » 07 Nov 2016 15:12

hinge to body are the same as trunk to hinge fillips with captured lock and flat washerImage

door to hinge are the 2 middle cards full of bolts with a raised #4
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hope this helps. more on bolts in my build thread http://www.the510realm.com/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=26416&start=180
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Re: identification of nuts and bolts

Postby dat5102dr » 07 Nov 2016 15:31

thanks

the hinge to frame is a nut and bolt
that I can't seem to find in my bucket

I count 10 total
and still can't find a match

but I did find this picture

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Re: identification of nuts and bolts

Postby MikeY » 07 Nov 2016 15:34

On the left (m 8x1.25) is door hinge to body and trunk hinge to trunk lid. Middle (m8x1.25) is hinge to door. And on the right , (m6x 1) is hood , both hinge to body and hood. As well as fender to body.
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Re: identification of nuts and bolts

Postby MikeY » 07 Nov 2016 15:37

Someone has messed with those hinges. The hinge is threaded for a bolt at the hinge to body.

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Re: identification of nuts and bolts

Postby dat5102dr » 07 Nov 2016 16:17

oops
my mistake your right

so hinge to door ( the middle one)
is just screwed into the door ??

and the bolt to frame uses a nut

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Re: identification of nuts and bolts

Postby RMS » 07 Nov 2016 17:15

no nuts required on a pl510, hinge has threads doors have captured nuts .......looking at your pic thats not a pl510 or at least any door pillar I have seen.
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Re: identification of nuts and bolts

Postby dat5102dr » 07 Nov 2016 17:17

thats just a reference not my car
sorry for the confusion

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Re: identification of nuts and bolts

Postby The Taterhead » 08 Nov 2016 07:48

Looks like a 710 (the orange car)

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Re: identification of nuts and bolts

Postby dat5102dr » 17 Nov 2016 12:50

I found a picture of the bolts used for the gas door
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Re: identification of nuts and bolts

Postby dat5102dr » 17 Nov 2016 12:53

anybody have a picture of the 1/4 window screws? (screw hinge to frame)
and also need the set up
for the hood latch?

thanks


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