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B10 Hood Bolts

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midnightpumpkin
Thumb screws from McMaster-Carr 5/16-18 x 1 [url]http://www.mcmaster.com/#thumb-screw-fasteners/=fgp0y7[/url] With black nylon washer [url]http://www.mcmaster.com/#thumb-screw-fasteners/=fgp0y7[/url] Pretty much what the factory used on the flat hood tractors. John U

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Chris727
The standard hardware will work OK at the rear attaching points but are a poor substitute in the front as the hood support is slotted and they won't hold as well as the spring loaded originals. I've seen washers welded to the top of the hood support so you can run a bolt through with a nut on the backside.

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GLPointon
Check out the hood bolts in the last few pics in the thread below. (sorry its so long, just jump to the end pics) The're also from McMasters but I searched a bit longer till I found these. They are the most like the OEM bolts in style, just plastic coated...which I liked better. and only a few bucks...sm01 http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=118636

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