Content may include affiliate links. Please see terms for details.
did this fix the prob Ryan?Here is the tag metric button head socket cap screws
View attachment 1400906
yes it is a better way to hold the torque values than the OEM locking washer
here you go, there wasnt one, now there is.
Im gonna guess when you get the upgraded set screws the lock washer will be close by.Richie From Boston, I like that, lol.
Any idea the specs on the little lockwashers if someone needed to replace them?
Im gonna guess when you get the upgraded set screws the lock washer will be close by.
well Im sure one of us can mail em to you. Im going to get spares ill grab you some.
Just run to ACE while you wait. Worst case is you'll have (4) extra $0.22 screws to throw in the glove box so when you take them off next time and strip them out, you'll already have them!Any update to this thread? I just ordered a set from TG, but wondering if the set screw type in the kit has been changed since 2018…or if I should go ahead and trek to Ace while waiting on the shipment.
Just run to ACE while you wait. Worst case is you'll have (4) extra $0.22 screws to throw in the glove box so when you take them off next time and strip them out, you'll already have them!
Good point!Make sure to buy 2 Allen wrenches for them while you're there. Keep one with your tools for changing a tire and the other one somewhere safe in the cab. That way when you lose one you have a spare. Most people won't have that size, especially if they are used to work on Toyota's.
I also bought 2 extra screwsGood point!
I did exactly that myself. I bought two mini Allen wrench kits so one would remain in the truck and one for the tool box!
I thought this might be the case by now, and the TG page with the kit specifically shows there screw and lists the specs. Looks to have been addressed.I got the trail gear spindle nut kit a few months ago. It had the button head screws with it.