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Old September 22nd, 2017, 10:53 AM
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YRM - 1052 bolt kit, anyone familiar

Looking at some YRM stainless hardware for my 90. Figured before I impulse bought and ended up buying something again later (which for some things this is the second purchase ) , I'd ask here if there are any reason to go elsewhere.



D90 SS hardware kit

53gbp is pretty cheap for the big kit, nakatenenga is the other option and I like the black, but quite a bit more expensive. got some britpart stuff and i really don't like the heads on them. Thanks.
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good stuff be sure to use lots of antiseize
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SDO pricing is competitive on these as well,

JLove can answer any questions regarding fasteners
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I've had this kit on my truck outside every day for a year and a half now. Great fit and holding up nicely.
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SDO pricing is competitive on these as well,

JLove can answer any questions regarding fasteners
Thx. didnt see YRM on their site, ill reach out. I also am ordering a few other odd/end fasteners from them, the shipping quote was not bad, but always open to supporting US folks within reason.
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Went with YRM Direct. Paid $163 for large bolt kit, vent hinge pins, 50ct stainless screw set, and rear door retainer plates, could not find anywhere to get all from same place, at the price.

Anyway, as far as anti-sieze goes, I have a tub of the standard loctite. I saw this metal free HD stuff , seems like a winner. Anyone have use anything else specific? Thanks.
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Went with YRM Direct. Paid $163 for large bolt kit, vent hinge pins, 50ct stainless screw set, and rear door retainer plates, could not find anywhere to get all from same place, at the price.

Anyway, as far as anti-sieze goes, I have a tub of the standard loctite. I saw this metal free HD stuff , seems like a winner. Anyone have use anything else specific? Thanks.

I've been using copper anti-seize on my SS bolts, since I've already had it around. And after having easily unbolted threaded connections from at least a decade ago, if not more, that have been greased with copper grease, I have developed quite a trust for it.
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