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    Ok, resourceful guys. I want studs for my blower pulleys. So, they need to be 3/8-24 on both ends.
    Obviously grade 8 or better.
    I know... threaded rod. Well, it does not have the sholder to lock it down into the top drive.
    Wags

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    SorryThought you might have been looking for a HOT DATE for your good looking SIL. Did not know you ment parts. I don't have what you need. Sorry.
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    Dang me too, I thought this was like babe of day but for us girls. Like stud of the day...Sorry Steve...no bolts here. But thanks for the good advice on the blow by problem.
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    McMaster Carr or Granger? MaybeARP? Why coarse thread on both ends?
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    Fine.
    You probably will have to create something.
    Last edited by Fiat48; 07-12-2011 at 09:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    McMaster Carr or Granger? MaybeARP? Why coarse thread on both ends?
    Uhhh....3/8 x 24 is fine thread last time I looked. 3/8 x 16 is coarse thread.
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    LINK: 3/8-24 X 1 5/8 blower pulley studs
    Bottom of the page under special application studs, second item on the list.
    No need to applaud Wags. just throw me some cash



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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat48 View Post
    Fine.
    You probably will have to create something.
    Quote Originally Posted by 058 View Post
    Uhhh....3/8 x 24 is fine thread last time I looked. 3/8 x 16 is coarse thread.
    You both are just out to make us look bad aren't you
    Steel, this is all you fault.



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    I knew if I did that....you'd find them.
    Good job. Never knew they made them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat48 View Post
    I knew if I did that....you'd find them.
    Good job. Never knew they made them.
    I had to do something after that bone head post. But I still blame Steel for leading me astray



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    Quote Originally Posted by 058 View Post
    Uhhh....3/8 x 24 is fine thread last time I looked. 3/8 x 16 is coarse thread.
    I swear he went back and changed it.




    I swear he did.



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    I surprised that big gay jesus hippie hasn't shown up in this thread yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    You both are just out to make us look bad aren't you
    Steel, this is all you fault.
    you probly just got infected by 'ol guy....

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