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John Stones

posted on 11/5/22 at 09:30 AM Reply With Quote
nut protective caps

Have been looking to determine what bolt heads/nuts need covering
for IVA to be happy. Have not yet found a supplier of imperial thread
bolt/nut caps. My front suspension/steering rack is all imperial threads.
Can anyone help with where to get these. Thanks

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nick205

posted on 11/5/22 at 11:11 AM Reply With Quote
These any good?

https://www.cotel.co.uk/p/555/domed-nut-cover-imperial-unf

Ebay may also be worth a look.

[Edited on 11/5/22 by nick205]

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gremlin1234

posted on 11/5/22 at 11:53 AM Reply With Quote
if you find some that are just a bit too big, you could secure them with a non setting adhesive. - blu-tack
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Mr Whippy

posted on 11/5/22 at 03:20 PM Reply With Quote
Or put some metric ones in the oven at 90degs, they'll fit themselves an then freeze at that size
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myke pocock

posted on 11/5/22 at 07:05 PM Reply With Quote
Need some of them but a bit larger. My missus keeps chewing my nuts off for spending time in the garage.
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snapper

posted on 11/5/22 at 07:34 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by myke pocock
Need some of them but a bit larger. My missus keeps chewing my nuts off for spending time in the garage.


You sure you need bigger ones…





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