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Default swap me YOUR 12 x 1.25 metric bolts, I got tons of *NEW* grade 5USA 1/2 x 1 inch NC bolts

I have quite a a "shidload" of BRAND new 1/2x1 inch NC bolts (yeah, a
USA size), ALL of which are grade five

you can see 'em here (top center), in all their festive glory:
http://machines.byethost31.com/items_1/index3.html


I need six 12x1.25 bolts, ANY length "roughly an inch long, or longer".
an inch is roughly 25mm. need 'em to fasten the hitch to my nissan pickup...

since I'm a tightwad, AND since I don't feel like BLOWING 20 bucks on
bolts, I'll "more than swap you even" MY bolts for yours. I also have
OTHER size bolts. and, like you, I have EVERY size, except the size I NEED.

get with reality, buy me a drink, or make me a SWAP :-)

or I can swap you other stuff, "by mail" or "in person" if you're local

other swappables:
http://machines.50webs.com/alpha/

other wants:
http://machines.50webs.com/alpha/#wants_list

also have "el superbo" ebay feedback, if you wanna see it...

location north central florida

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Default swap me YOUR 12 x 1.25 metric bolts, I got tons of *NEW* grade5 USA 1/2 x 1 inch NC bolts

dave wrote:
I have quite a a "shidload" of BRAND new 1/2x1 inch NC bolts (yeah, a
USA size), ALL of which are grade five

you can see 'em here (top center), in all their festive glory:
http://machines.byethost31.com/items_1/index3.html


I need six 12x1.25 bolts


Dave can you check the thread pitch?

I've got M12 x 1.75 in lengths:
(2) 25mm
(2) 70mm

All are 'Property Class' 8.8

Thanks

--Winston
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Default swap me YOUR 12 x 1.25 metric bolts, I got tons of *NEW* grade 5 USA 1/2 x 1 inch NC bolts

On Sat, 31 Oct 2009 18:29:34 -0700, Winston wrote:



Dave can you check the thread pitch?

I've got M12 x 1.75 in lengths:
(2) 25mm
(2) 70mm

All are 'Property Class' 8.8

Thanks

--Winston


12x1.25 is metric fine. For some reason, the fine threads are less common than
the coarse ones.


Mark Rand
RTFM
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Dave can you check the thread pitch?

I've got M12 x 1.75 in lengths:
(2) 25mm
(2) 70mm

All are 'Property Class' 8.8

Thanks

--Winston


12x1.25 is metric fine. For some reason, the fine threads are less common
than
the coarse ones.


Mark Rand
RTFM


Except on old Alfa Romeos. And in the '60s, it was almost impossible to find
metric-fine in the US. Argghh!!

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Ed Huntress


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Default swap me YOUR 12 x 1.25 metric bolts, I got tons of *NEW* grade5 USA 1/2 x 1 inch NC bolts

Ed Huntress wrote:
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12x1.25 is metric fine. For some reason, the fine threads are less common
than
the coarse ones.


Mark Rand
RTFM


Except on old Alfa Romeos. And in the '60s, it was almost impossible to find
metric-fine in the US. Argghh!!


Was thinking of changing my nym to 'LeftHandedWhitworthFineThread'.

--Winston
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