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This topic contains 6 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  Gary Westwater 8 months, 3 weeks ago.

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  • #5715

    JUSTIN LELIUGA
    Participant

    Does any one know where I can purchase a complete set of bolts for the rocker boxes and covers, also the four visible cylinder head nuts for a T150v Trident,

    Regards,

    Justin

     

     

     

  • #5716

    keith berry
    Participant

    Lp Williams

  • #5717

    Martin Rawson
    Participant

    L.P.Williams here in the U.K

  • #5722

    JUSTIN LELIUGA
    Participant

    Hi, thanks for the info, but still not sure what I need,
    they don’t do bolt kits for the rocker boxes and covers
    they only list different sizes of bolts, and the parts
    manual for the T150 does not give all the sizes only some
    of them, I also need to know if they are UNC or UNF,
    I’ll see if I can get by and just measure what I already have,

    Thanks

  • #5723
    David Lord
    David Lord
    Keymaster

    Why not just order them using the part numbers?

    • #5725

      Baz Ford
      Participant

      Check out stainlessbits.com for part No/sizes

  • #5726

    Gary Westwater
    Participant

    Hi Justin,

    For those bolts or screws that don’t have the size either next to the part number in the parts book or listed under that number at the back of the document (pages 78 and 79), put the part number into the search box in the LPW website and most are described there. Generally its UNC for fixing into alloy and UNF for steel.

    Gary

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