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Re: Need Ford Rim Clamps

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09-17-2019 18:42:46

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"And if that special bolt is still available From NH they will terribly expensive."

All of my bolts that weren't rusted in, were loosely captive in the wheel centers.
They wobbled, but had to be driven out. How do you replicate that?

Fine thread carriage bolts are readily available, even in grade 8.

Probably not at a big box store, but my local hardware carries them and
I've found them at multiple places online like McMaster-Carr and Grainger

The rim clamps themselves took me a while to find.

Then I bought some used tractors that had junk rims on them.

I might have some spares laying around but I would need to go hunt them down.

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09-18-2019 12:49:04

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 Re: Need Ford Rim Clamps in reply to Royse, 09-17-2019 18:42:46  
If you would happen to have or find one of the stop clamps with the little "finger" on it, I would be interested in buying it. I will likely just buy a couple of the fine threaded carriage bolts but would be intersted in 3 of the original bolts with nuts if you had any of those. Thanks.

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