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Old June 24th, 2014, 07:47 AM
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Nas 110 roll cage bolts

Trying to locate the 4 bolts that secure the interior feet of the cage through the floor and into the frame , if someone has replaced these and has a source please let me know. Here's a pic of the old ones , thanks Tom

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Old June 24th, 2014, 07:53 AM
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Trying to locate the 4 bolts that secure the interior feet of the cage through the floor and into the frame , if someone has replaced these and has a source please let me know. Here's a pic of the old ones , thanks Tom
Tom, did you find a source for all the connecting bolts?
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I bought a stainless steel kit a while ago , not sure if all the cage bolts are there . I have the old cage bolts but would like to replace. You replace yours ?
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I would use grade 8 on cage parts try Mc Master or a good hardware store
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Bolt depot
Stainless look pretty but lack strength of gear 8
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Here is an old thread where I was replacing my cage bolts. I bought mine from stig fasteners in the UK. The stainless bolts were A4 strength which seemed to be close to the requirement of the steel bolts safety devices use. He does not normally stock them so you need to call and they are not cheap.

This is a safety issue so I am not representing these as suitable and you should make your own decisions.
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I prefer the Ford part w504775-s424 in black that Jason mentioned. $5 each, anyone here work at Ford?
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You don't want them from Ford, you want to find the Ford part on eBay since they're far less expensive there. That doesn't help Tom on his quest for his bolts though.
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True, true. Send one to Mc Master and they'll send you however many you need.
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Thanks - i just tried searching ebay for those Ford parts # , but no luck !
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It's just a 55 or 60mm M10 hex bolt right? Get one anywhere that has a decent selection of bolts.
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It's just a 55 or 60mm M10 hex bolt right? Get one anywhere that has a decent selection of bolts.
I mean fastenall?
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I wasn't sure of the size and the strength of the bolts -
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Fastenal, McMaster-Carr, doesn't much matter. Safety Devices supplies stainless for the body mounting points, so the bolts can't be a critical weak point.

A great alternative is Disco rear seatbelt bolts. They're black torx heads like the NAS 110 bolts.
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