Cheapest U-Bolts?

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by VA.CRUISER, Sep 3, 2003.

  1. VA.CRUISER

    VA.CRUISER

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    I'm looking for the best price on U-Bolts for my 40. I knew that all of you cruiserheads could lead me in the right direction.

    Thanks ahead of time !
    Burl
     
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    dd113

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    NAPA has some that are almost the exact same but slightly larger. 9/16th I think. You just need to run a bit through the hole. $4 or so ea IIRC
     
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    i just went to a local spring shop as i recall they were 8$ each
     
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    VA.CRUISER

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    Thanks dd113 I checked Napa today theirs where like $8~ but the guy said he would sell them for $7.55 to me.

    kc_chevota thanks for the reply I have not tried any spring shops yet may try to call a few.

    Checked at 4X4 Connection today not bad price of $8~ for zinc plated ones but still open for suggestions!!

    Thanks
    Burl
     
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    I just got some at the local spring shop in anchorage for $8.00 also. that must be the going rate. But I did'nt have to drill nuthing.
     
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    If you have a large trailer supplier in your area try them. They charged like 5$ each when I needed some.
     
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    73fj Tho at sumbitch in ayer!

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    go to the spring shop,the steel is probably better and wont stretch a mile when you tighten them down.
     
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