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Old June 29th, 2009, 09:22 AM
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Salisbury Cover Bolts

I need to replace the cover bolts with 3/8"x1" UNC (is this correct) to install my Slickrock rear diff cover (Thanks Dave, amazing fabrication work on this!) and was wondering if they need to be grade 8 or if 18.8 Stainless would do for this application? (The originals are fairly hard to read so I cannot identify the grade easily).
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Old June 29th, 2009, 12:08 PM
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I need to replace the cover bolts with 3/8"x1" UNC (is this correct) to install my Slickrock rear diff cover (Thanks Dave, amazing fabrication work on this!) and was wondering if they need to be grade 8 or if 18.8 Stainless would do for this application? (The originals are fairly hard to read so I cannot identify the grade easily).
IIRC the bolts are M10X25 and don't see why you could not put in SS I did with no ill effect on my ARB DANA60 diff cover.

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Old June 29th, 2009, 12:12 PM
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Odd, they seemed to match the UNC bolts I put them up against in the store. Hard to drag the diff in to make sure though I will pick up one of each and confirm, thanks.
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