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    What bolt is this?

    Is an automotive fastening bolt.. From my untrained eye appears to be a m10 (10mm thread diameter).. 1.25 pitch and 35mm?? Or is it "superfine" (1.00) ? I think it may be a "dog point bolt" ?? Basically I need the same except another 10-15mm in length. Where is a good place to buy such a thing?

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    Last edited by fury; 09-02-20, 09:17 PM.
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    #2
    If you need the captive washers, the best place to get one would be a Japanese car wrecker.

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      #3
      Could be from a seat or seatbelt
      If in doubt, flat out!

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        #4
        ^ close.. this bolt held in a bracket that used to hold the rear-most set of seats (that I have now removed). I don't think I really need the washers.. have many at home that I can use.. Is not really for anything too serious, just to fasten something to a 4WD floor, so now need a bit more length.

        I have gone through my "assorted collection" of random automotive bolts, but unfortunately they are all about the same length
        Last edited by fury; 09-02-20, 09:21 PM.
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          #5
          yeah that would be M10 fine thread.

          Misumi will have them with captive washer.

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            #6
            a decent bolt place should sort you out then. where are you?

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              #7
              Brisbane.. but can wait a week or so for delivery.
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                #8
                Originally posted by fury View Post
                Brisbane.. but can wait a week or so for delivery.
                Try here: https://www.unitedfasteners.com.au/ (at Darra)
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                  #9
                  I’ve always found m10 and m11 x 1.0mm bolts hard to get as they’re most commonly seatbelt related, the bolt places don’t supply them. That said, I’ve never tried All that hard as a wrecker is just as easy, but still...
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                    #10
                    I found many fastener shops here useless for oddball stuff. I ended up going to http://www.Accu.co.uk they had what I wanted in stock.

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                      #11
                      Pretty sure seatbelt bolts are UNF.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Bob Vegana. View Post
                        Pretty sure seatbelt bolts are UNF.
                        Yup. Even in Toyota's.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Bob Vegana. View Post
                          Pretty sure seatbelt bolts are UNF.
                          There are also metric ones around now just to confuse the situation - m10x1.5 from memory

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by MWP View Post

                            Yup. Even in Toyota's.
                            When is the transition?
                            Pretty sure all the Toyota ones I've seen from the late 80's onwards have been M10x1.25

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