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Author Subject: RichW clutch to flywheel bolts
russbez

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Post #1
anyone tell me if these M8 x 20mm socket cap are 1mm threads or 1.25mm threads?

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Posted 4th Oct 2013 at 09:21
Hawkesfire

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Post #2
Mine fitted with 1.25 M8 bolts ok last week?

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Posted 4th Oct 2013 at 09:24
c_j_m

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Post #3
I used some hdi flywheel bolts on mine.
Posted 4th Oct 2013 at 10:23
woody.

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Post #4
Thread gauge is only a couple quid Thumbs up
Posted 5th Oct 2013 at 03:15
Eddleston

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Post #5
Thread Dig-Up!

Hawkesfire wrote:
Mine fitted with 1.25 M8 bolts ok last week?

Marty

My original clutch -> flywheel bolts aren't big enough for the RichW flywheel.

Do I need to find some slightly girthier '1.25's then?

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Posted 23rd Oct 2014 at 15:57
dangti6

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Post #6
They are M7 as standard aren't they? Hence the need to open up the holes on the clutch plate to put the M8's through.



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Posted 23rd Oct 2014 at 16:06
welshpug!

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Post #7
the xu10 bolts are M7 indeed, as mentioned above the DW10 used M8 bolts with captive washer.

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Posted 23rd Oct 2014 at 16:13
prism7guy

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Post #8
I completely forgot about this when i replaced my clutch a couple of months ago, i'd bought some M7s from Pug ready for the job and didnt even get to use them. Laugh

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Posted 23rd Oct 2014 at 16:22
Eddleston

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Post #9
Looks like I'm off to find some more bolts then Doh
YET ANOTHER DELAY aaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrghhhhhhhhh

Any ideas where to start on finding bolts like that? Dunno

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Posted 23rd Oct 2014 at 18:50
welshpug!

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Post #10
nut n bolt shop, or pug dealer.

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Posted 23rd Oct 2014 at 19:12
prism7guy

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Post #11
For small urgent stuff like that i head down to a local agricultural place, they have a small selection of bolts, capscrews etc and not too extortionate prices.

If i know a job is coming up and know what size i'll need i just buy in bulk from ebay.

Most fastenings places should have M8 x 20 capscrews in stock, just have a google and see if theres any near you that are open at a convenient time.

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Posted 23rd Oct 2014 at 19:19
Eddleston

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Post #12
prism7guy wrote:

Most fastenings places should have M8 x 20 capscrews


Tool station! Spot on Thumbs up

Probably the slowest flywheel and clutch change in human history haha, nearly 4 days!

Cheers lads.

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Posted 25th Oct 2014 at 02:03
welshpug!

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Post #13
hope they are high tensile.

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Posted 25th Oct 2014 at 02:13
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Post #14
Bit of a thread revival but,
Just been to get some replacement bolts
So to confirm the clutch plate bolts needed are

High Tensile 20mm M8 cap head (socket) with 1.25 pitch

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