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Overland Metric: JIS Bolt Kits & Hardware | Stainless & Carbon Steel

Discussion in 'General - Miscellaneous' started by davework, Nov 17, 2016.

  1. kunzma

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    No worries. Just thought the cad pan heads would be good in the cab.
     
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    davework Cruiser Hardware: OverlandMetric.com Supporting Vendor

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    Makes sense, I will keep this in mind. Thanks for the feedback.
     
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    Where can we get M12 jis bolts like your latest version of hex headed bolts?
     
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    davework Cruiser Hardware: OverlandMetric.com Supporting Vendor

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    Well, you can't get the M12s of our style anywhere except Toyota, and not in stainless from them.

    You can get flanged head and regular hex in JIS sized M12 from BelMetric in Class 8.8 Silver Zinc.

    What application do you need the M12s for? Maybe I can pull something together. They would likely cost me about $5 each bolt to make because of the low quantity I would likely have to order.
     
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    I was looking for the M12 x 1.25 10.9 JIS bolts also, they're being used on my 2f motor. I'm needing about 24 of them.
     
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    davework Cruiser Hardware: OverlandMetric.com Supporting Vendor

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    Where on the 2F are these? If I know, I can pull some PNs and see about getting some.
     
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    They're for the motor mounts, trans to motor and bell housing.
     
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    Starting to piece my 40 back together. Loving having this selection of JIS hardware to dip into. Thanks for a great product.
     
  9. davework

    davework Cruiser Hardware: OverlandMetric.com Supporting Vendor

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    Just an update for anyone looking for M12 JIS Bolts - I've been working with mfg, and I think these are just going to be too expensive to produce in the Qty I could commit to, probably around $9 EA for a yellow zinc bolt, and double that for a stainless.

    I would just buy OEM Toyota here:

    2F Bell Housing to H42 Tranny = Toyota PN 91619-61235 (this is a M12x35 bolt) ~$2.30 EA from esteemed MUD vendors - this bolt could also be used for other M12 applications, cutting as needed.

    As far as the engine mounts, the engine mount bracket to engine block look to be M10s. The engine mount themselves are M12, but vary whether a M12 bolt is needed for earlier models, to using a M12 nut on later models. The M12 bolt on earlier models is Toyota PN: 91619-41228

    If OEM is not preferred for some reason, JIS M12s are available from BelMetric (in silver zinc):

    Regular Hex Class 8.8 JIS Hex Bolts:
    12x1.25 JIS Small Head Bolts : Bel-Metric, Metric Hardware, Metric Fasteners, Metric Bolts, Metric Nuts & Time-Sert Thread Repair

    Flanged Head Class 10.9 JIS Hex Bolts:
    M12X1.25 Flange Bolts : Bel-Metric, Metric Hardware, Metric Fasteners, Metric Bolts, Metric Nuts & Time-Sert Thread Repair
     
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    Thank you for looking into this.
     
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    hi a response from anyone is appreciated..Are these the same finish as most others.... . semi shiny light silver. the pics on the website make them look dark grey..Thank you.
     
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    Your pre-75 thermostat housing bolts (45mm) worked perfect for the FJ62 thermostat housing. A little different style but functionally the same :) Thanks for making a great product!
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    Kits look great! I plan on ordering one in the next week or so. Any reason you don't offer a 1000 piece stainless kit?

    Josh
     
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    land crusher Morgen, morgen nur nicht heute...

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    I'd like to voice my interest in carbon steel SEMs (zinc or cad). Genarally speaking, you don't want to use stainless hardware where it's not required due to the possibility of galling. And even 316 is subject to corrosion resulting from prolonged contact with carbon steel (galling especially will interrupt the chromium oxide layer allowing the stainless to get contaminated with carbon steel -- no bueno). Long story short, I'd like to have some SEMs in the stockpile, but I don't use stainless on the truck.

    In any case, thanks for sourcing this stuff.