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Where can I find the bolts (square hole) for my front fender brackets?
#1427120 Mon Oct 18 2021 01:39 AM
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Not a good pic of the fender but.. 1938 1.5 ton.

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Re: Where can I find the bolts (square hole) for my front fender brackets?
38_1.5Ton #1427124 Mon Oct 18 2021 01:59 AM
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I think they are basically a carriage bolt............If you have an Ace Hardware store near by I'd certainly take a look there. I've had good luck with Ace for many years in my hometown.
...or do you have an "old" hardware store that has been in business for a while.....and you may not find the length you want but shortening them is easy job.


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Re: Where can I find the bolts (square hole) for my front fender brackets?
38_1.5Ton #1427127 Mon Oct 18 2021 02:11 AM
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okay. Thank you!


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Re: Where can I find the bolts (square hole) for my front fender brackets?
38_1.5Ton #1427318 Wed Oct 20 2021 02:56 AM
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I purchase a lot form McMaster. Always fast delivery and a very easy website to order. I'm guessing on the size, but try this https://www.mcmaster.com/92356A581/ That is listed as a stainless bolt in case you want that...

Also they sell the clutch head driver bits to remove the interior screws should you need that tool...


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Re: Where can I find the bolts (square hole) for my front fender brackets?
38_1.5Ton #1427341 Wed Oct 20 2021 12:55 PM
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Be careful in using SS bolts, make sure to apply antisieze upon assembly!

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Re: Where can I find the bolts (square hole) for my front fender brackets?
38_1.5Ton #1427645 Fri Oct 22 2021 08:19 PM
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Thousands of them on Ebay.
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