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Nut and bolt supplier.

Post by stationary stu on Sun Jan 27 2013, 12:45

I found this site for nuts and bolts. The difference being they will polish stainless steel nut and bolts so should look good on your restoration jobs.

http://www.polished-stainless.com/

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Re: Nut and bolt supplier.

Post by steve w on Sat Feb 02 2013, 12:52

i use alot of stainless bolts with my work so if anyone is after any i have a massive box full of them if you need a particular length let me know and i will see if have them, if so i will post them free to site members. they polish in seconds on a polish mop.

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Post by stationary stu on Sat Feb 02 2013, 12:54

Steve have you whitworth threaded nuts and bolts???

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Re: Nut and bolt supplier.

Post by woody on Tue Apr 16 2013, 19:00

For the boat engine project I bought some boxes of imperial nuts in plain steel.

I have about 100 off 3/8 BSF and 60 off 1/2 BSW spare now, available at a nominal cost.

If anyone needs small quantity's PM me.

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Re: Nut and bolt supplier.

Post by woody on Sun Aug 18 2013, 07:13

Just found these people :- Leyton Fasteners, 0151 355 8045, www.leytonfasteners.com.

They tell me they can do BSF and Whit in various materials incl plain steel, bronze and brass.

Quote discount code LFSH13 .

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