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Old 07-27-07, 01:05 PM Thread Starter   #1
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What size bolts/rods does the MAze4 use?


I bought an old style aluminium top Maze4 off the classifieds, same as this one. However the seller didnt include the bolts/rods for mounting and he says he cant find them.

So I need to find some replacements, but I cant figure out what size the bolts are, I've tried M3/4 but they're too small/large, so is it some imperial measure?

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Ah, I should of researched this properly before posting... in the DD installation PDF it says they're 4-40 thread.

I'm going to get these off eBay and hope they're long enough, although 3/4" seems a bit short

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check mcmasters i am sure they will have exactly what you want for pretty cheap.
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Old 07-27-07, 07:48 PM Thread Starter   #4
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I'm in the UK, therefore no mcmasters, unless they do international shipping.

edit: Found them, and mcmaster do international shipping, part #95412A410 3" long threaded 4-40 rods. I'm trying to figure out shipping, I'm hoping it wont be too extortionate.

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i order from them all the time in the US and their shipping is really very reasonable. The only thing I don't like is that they never tell you how much shipping is until after you order, but I have never had to pay more than 6 bucks for shipping and I usually order a lot of junk. But again this is to the US.
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