2001 Toyota Tundra TRD Ivan Stewart Wheels Question

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  1. jimhendrixx

    jimhendrixx

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    Hello,
    I have a 2001 Toyota Tundra and paid extra for the TRD Ivan Stewart Wheels. Well the wheels are ok, but the finish is coming off. So i took them to get powder coated. The small screws around the wheel are plastic and i need to replace them. They tap into the wheel and I went to the dealer who had no idea how to get them. Can anyone help me find these? Please and thank you! IMG_6895.JPG IMG_8307.JPG IMG_9420 2.JPG
     
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    LINUS Waiting for the Great Pumpkin

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    Have you explored the available SS socket head cap screws?

    I’d run a traditional tap down the holes in the wheels (& expect to clean the threads after re-powdercoating) -then thread in some real stainless ones.
     
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    Thats a good idea, do you have a photo of these cap screws?

    thank you
     
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    If you go to the homepage of these guys, I swear they’ve got whatever size most closely fits, be it a ASE or metric sized cap screw.

    They have a cap screw icon / portal right on the homepage:

    Tacoma Screw Products, Inc. Fasteners, Tools, Maintenance & Shop Supplies, Industrial Supplies

    They have a ton of locations around the PNW, only place with a better selection than my local Ace hardware.

    Real cool guys at the local one, they even just let me in back where they store the stuff & let me pick thru the bins, even throw in a few ‘spares’ for free if one of the employees is guiding me around, since everyone occasionally loses/destroys something. While not a high $$$ buyer, they all know me for how often I am there for various SS hardware for my boat.

    Dollars to donuts they will also have the right thread pitch tap onhand, they are a tight outfit - I never walked out empty-handed, even when it’s obscure marine hardware the local West Marine doesn’t even stock.
    (Like the good & sturdy 4” hose clamps for the wet injection exhaust hose/pipe).

    There’s one in Burlington, it’s become my go-to here in Skagit Valley unless it’s on a Sat I realize I need something, then it’s Ace. They are a M-F joint up here.
     
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    Thanks man, I'm going to look for some tomorrow.
     
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    That is exactly what I'm looking for! thanks man, i owe you a beer. not the right size, but thats it!
     
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