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    Cross reference for hardware

    A number of years back Moss Motors had a TR6 catalog
    that had on a reference sheet showing
    part numbers and the size of the bolt / nut / washer / screw etc.
    While I do not mind buying some hardware from our vendors...
    having this handy sheet saved us so much time during the
    restoration project. Missing a bolt...you immediately knew the
    size....and stopped at the hardware store...found the Grade 8
    inventory...and I was on my way.
    Somehow in moving the shop from one location to another I
    lost this valuable sheet.
    Do any of you happen to have a copy of this that you would
    be willing to either email or snail mail to me?
    Thank you for your consideration.
    Gil NoCal

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    Re: Cross reference for hardware

    Is this the one you were looking for?

    It exceeded the limit on the forum. PM me and I can e mail a copy.

    David

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    Re: Cross reference for hardware

    David...I do not seem able to get my PM to go thru to you.
    Kindly email what you have to me:
    Thank you
    Gil
    gsissons@comcast.net

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    Re: Cross reference for hardware

    They came through OK. E mail sent.

    I have seen the suggestion on another forum that if you post an e mail address you use (at) not @. People get it Bots don't.

    David

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    Re: Cross reference for hardware

    I will look for the email
    Thank you for the suggestion of email address
    Gil

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    Re: Cross reference for hardware

    You can also access the Standard-Triumph Hardware Catalogue through the Canley Classics web site:

    https://www.canleyclassics.com/stand...ware-catalogue
    -- Andrew (Andy) Mace, VTR's Triumph 10/Herald/Sports 6 vehicle consultant and keeper of the North American Triumph Sports 6 and Herald Database

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    Re: Cross reference for hardware

    I also like the back of TRF's TR250/TR6 Glove Box Companion. It has them listed as well.

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    73 Triumph TR6 CF4874UO, 68 Triumph TR250 CD5228LO
    62 Triumph TR4 CT6716LO, 60 Triumph TR3A TS69891LO
    60 Triumph TR3A TS64870LO, 59 Triumph TR3A TS44836LO

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    Re: Cross reference for hardware

    You guys are trying to take one facet of the fun out of the restoration. Part of the attraction is using a long bolt to dig through your boxes of old bolts looking for that single bolt you need out of the thousand or so old bolts you have!
    John

    1955 TR2

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    Re: Cross reference for hardware

    Do you go for the Metric, British US screw mix or try to keep it to a single thread type?

    David

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