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Wtd: PAS Pulley bolts
« on: 23 November 2019, 16:56:40 »

As per title.

Actually, a set of bolts for all V6 aux belt pulleys, so I have spares
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Re: Wtd: PAS Pulley bolts
« Reply #1 on: 23 November 2019, 18:08:07 »

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Re: Wtd: PAS Pulley bolts
« Reply #2 on: 24 November 2019, 12:09:49 »

Best to take the old ones to your nearest fastener supplier and get stainless steel replacements - they'll cost a fraction of what you'll pay the dealer and far better quality.
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Re: Wtd: PAS Pulley bolts
« Reply #3 on: 24 November 2019, 12:51:49 »

Best to take the old ones to your nearest fastener supplier and get stainless steel replacements - they'll cost a fraction of what you'll pay the dealer and far better quality.


M6x25+washers. iirc, or just reuse old ones,, I've done both,.
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Re: Wtd: PAS Pulley bolts
« Reply #4 on: 24 November 2019, 12:54:19 »

Ill be going stainless at some point in the future. I did for heatshields, and front brake dust shields.
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Re: Wtd: PAS Pulley bolts
« Reply #5 on: 24 November 2019, 13:58:58 »

All well and good, but if a breaker is breaking a V6, please let me know a price for all the crank pulley, Water pump pulley and PAS pulley bolts, with postage to Brakkers.

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Re: Wtd: PAS Pulley bolts
« Reply #6 on: 24 November 2019, 14:34:45 »

Ill be going stainless at some point in the future. I did for heatshields, and front brake dust shields.


cheap, small stainless fasteners tend to be weaker and much more prone to various failures than a similar quality BZP steel fastener.


I no longer use stainless fasteners on cars.


3 M6x25 screws is about 0.20 of hardware.
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Re: Wtd: PAS Pulley bolts
« Reply #7 on: 24 November 2019, 16:37:59 »

I went for the stainless route on the above mentioned as they were in a 'high corrosion' area, with but only needed to withstand 'low torque' But fair comment you make, yes.  :)
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