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Offline Josh Cox

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Bolt part numbers Vs specifications
« on: 12.05. 2009 10:27 »
Evening,

Where could I find the specifications for bolts for a given part number, for example 65-5295, how long is it supposed to be, CEI or Whit ?...

Thanks in advance.
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Re: Bolt part numbers Vs specifications
« Reply #1 on: 12.05. 2009 11:31 »
Josh,

Try part number searches on www.burtonbikebits.net, www.domiracer.com (first click "Online Store", then, no hyphen in the number), or, www.stainlessbits.com .

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Re: Bolt part numbers Vs specifications
« Reply #2 on: 12.05. 2009 12:00 »
Thanks,

Burtons does the trick nicely.
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Re: Bolt part numbers Vs specifications
« Reply #3 on: 13.05. 2009 02:01 »
Download the file from Stainless bits and keep it on hand.
Mine is just about worn through
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