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Old 03-15-2012, 12:42 AM   #1
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Where to buy individual replacement bolts?

So I was rotating out my tires today and took the spare off the bestop carrier. Well my 10 year old son had to be part of the action. The long bolt that holds the tire onto the carrier just happened to vanish. After tearing the whole house and garage apart I still couldnt find it (my son still maintains his innocence) I tried lowes,home depot, local lumber yard and even fastenall without any luck. Fastenall can order some but I have to buy 5 of them (which is 4 more than I will ever use) The few I have found online are cheap and sold individually but the shipping is around $10 for 1 bolt! Where can I get one at a cheaper price? Oh it's a 1/2-20x5 1/2"

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Not sure what you have in Missouri, but around here we have a plethora of small mom and pop hardware shops (Ace, TrueValue, etc...) that stock just about any bolt/fastener.

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Old 03-15-2012, 02:52 PM   #3
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Most farm tractor dealers have extensive bolt bins. Shouldn't have to go far to find one in MO.
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Old 03-15-2012, 03:18 PM   #4
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Call Daves Jeeps, I lost a couple of proprietary bolts and he charged me 10 bucks for 3 bolts including shipping and I received them on the east coast in 3 days
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