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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.
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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. :)hand
 

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

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I was wondering where you guys came up with course thread. I went back and loooked at my OP. Nope, it was 3/8-24.
Hell, no big deal. That makes you guys look like regular people.
Anyway.. I will send an e-mail to specialty fasteners and get thread lengths.
GN.. you rock.
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Sent an e-mail for fastener lengths. Here is the response in case anyone else is interested.

"Hi, the tread lenghts are .480 F .465 shoulder .720 F. Hope that helps"

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