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55 minutes ago, Tickertoy said:

Does anyone know of a manufacturer of fine threaded square head 5/8" bolts ?  All I can find are coarse threads.

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Yes, it's wheel clamp bolts on a 460.  Factory used them and has the big nuts so I wanted to replace the worn ones the way they came.  Can't find 5/8" fine thread 2 1/4" anywhere.  May have to go with coarse thread, but don"t want to.

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26 minutes ago, Tickertoy said:

Yes, it's wheel clamp bolts on a 460.  Factory used them and has the big nuts so I wanted to replace the worn ones the way they came.  Can't find 5/8" fine thread 2 1/4" anywhere.  May have to go with coarse thread, but don"t want to.

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Are these what you’re looking for? 
https://www.redrunrite.com/8-rear-rim-clamp-bolts-ih-300-340-350-400-460-504-560-656-660-666-686-2504-2656-hydro-70-hydro-86/

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looks like fiat also took the lazy way out  18/vs 24   grade 5 and changed the spec.too fit,dont have print handy to check.

MCMc wants $18 ea for 8s

? someone in the last 2 weeks had other unrelated, bolt links that may help?

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Hello there, just went thru the same thing, Doug Weber up in woodville had 2 and 5/8ths, we were looking for the 2 and 1/4 just like you, have been with fastenal for 20 years, still am able to get things,  sales guy finally got me the square head in coarse thread with the bigger nuts, they were all black nut lock washer and bolt about 2 bucks. I see them available from restoration places but 10 dollars? 

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https://www.aftfasteners.com/square-head-bolts/#/filter:custom_diameter:5$252F8$2522/filter:custom_diameter_thread_size:5$252F8$2522-18

Grade 5 and 10$/ea

https://www.lawsonproducts.ca/lawson/Square-Head-Wheel-Bolt-58-18-x-2-14/54523.lp

Lawson has them labeled as a wheel bolt. I used to deal with Lawson many years ago and their hardware was some of the best. No idea what they are like now, or if you have to have an account to buy from them.

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The picture from Reddunrite is not fine thread.   Can find  square head in coarse thread  lots of places.  Seems fine thread  like came from factory  are like hens teeth.  Still looking.  Thanks guys.

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10 minutes ago, Tickertoy said:

The picture from Reddunrite is not fine thread.   Can find  square head in coarse thread  lots of places.  Seems fine thread  like came from factory  are like hens teeth.  Still looking.  Thanks guys.

The picture looks like they aren’t fine thread but the description says 5/8”-18. Maybe worth calling them to confirm what they’re actually selling.  

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I'm checking with them and will let you know.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm checking with them and let you all know.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I bought new ones direct from the dealer really reasonable just before covid, you might spcheck

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A&I had the 3/4 ones for the 1066 etc 

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These guys might have them , or they will make them for you . Got the 1/2 - 20 square headed bolts wheel lug bolts to the Farmall C here. Been a awhile ago I got them 
 

https://www.zieglerbolt.com They are in canton Ohio 

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