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TR2 Sidescreen Mounting Brackets (wedge type)

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Hi,

Does anyone one know where I can get replacement knurled screws for sidescreen mounting brackets please? I have one missing and one bent (which I hope to carefully straighten).

Any help gratefully received

Best wishes

Ade

 

 

 

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Hi Ade   I had 3 out of 4 screws missing , so i had my local precision engineering shop make some new ones. They had to drill out the old threads and retap with the new screws to match. Quite a tricky job, it cost £100 for all 4  

Keith

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I have the above collection of wedge sockets.  having converted to the later dzus type I wont be using these any more.

there are 5 screws total, two original (top right), 1 original but worn & possibly bent (bottom left)

 & two modified ones with a larger dia knurled parts (top left).

Let me know if any of these are of use to you.

Bob.

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Thank you Keith and Bob for your replies, very much appreciated.

Bob, I will send you a PM.

(I did note in the Stanpart catalogue that there was a part number for the knurled screw (602124) and for the retaining pin (552172)).

Best wishes

Ade

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Investigation shows that the thread is ¼ UNF, & the above three sockets are the original shape with a "stubby" boss where the screw goes.

The screws will be pretty simple to make, I would probably make them out of stainless (to avoid chrome plating) if I was to make any.

Bob.

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Bob

Thanks for all your help and investigations, always appreciated.

Kind regards

Ade

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