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Canvas Bolts?

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JD B Mech

09-29-2013 17:35:42

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Can anyone confirm this is the type of bolt used to secure canvas to the wooden slats on a reaper or binder? It's 1/4" x 3/4" long. If so, does anyone sell them new? I was unable to find them anywhere on the internet. Thanks.

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JD B Mech

10-01-2013 06:19:58

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 Re: Canvas Bolts? in reply to JD B Mech, 09-29-2013 17:35:42  
Thanks to all for the replies. I now have some leads to track down some new ones!

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09-30-2013 19:31:43

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 Re: Canvas Bolts? in reply to JD B Mech, 09-29-2013 17:35:42  
Combine pickup belts use that type of bolt to fasten pickup fingers to belt. JD dealer has them.

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Robert Major

09-29-2013 22:36:56

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 Re: Canvas Bolts? in reply to JD B Mech, 09-29-2013 17:35:42  
Hi They look like some of the bolts we had holding the buckets to a belt in a leg, at the seed plant I worked for. I think we had 2 types these and some like a coach/caridge bolt with a square shoulder under the head to. As said grain handling supply companies or the friendly maintenance guy at your local elevator, might be able to help. Regards Robert

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09-29-2013 18:35:17

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 Re: Canvas Bolts? in reply to JD B Mech, 09-29-2013 17:35:42  
Yes, elevator bolts. Also can ask at your nearest grain bin dealer.

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Paul from MI

09-29-2013 18:16:53

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 Re: Canvas Bolts? in reply to JD B Mech, 09-29-2013 17:35:42  
They look like "elevator bolts" available from McMaster-Carr.

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