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    Pedal box Tr3

    OK so somehow the bolts that hold the pedal box together are missing.....anybody know the size and thread of these? I am speaking about the one that hold the pedals to the assembly.....just to be clear.
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    Re: Pedal box Tr3

    Aloha,

    the bolt is 3/8" UNF x 5/8" long. The Standard Triumph part # is HU0905 and is listed as a set screw. The bolts should be fitted with a lock washer.
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    Re: Pedal box Tr3

    Thanks Dave PM sent.
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    Re: Pedal box Tr3

    From what I remember, they were a bit "odd". I think the heads were abnormally large for the size of the threads, to give a larger bearing surface.

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    Re: Pedal box Tr3

    thats an understatement, I found that every bolt on a trimuph is a bit odd

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    Re: Pedal box Tr3

    Quote Originally Posted by CJD
    From what I remember, they were a bit "odd". I think the heads were abnormally large for the size of the threads, to give a larger bearing surface.
    Nope. Only thing odd about these is the length. Generally the hardware store only carries increments of 1/4", but you can cut down a 3/4" to fit.

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