Dynabolt eye bolt

Again, I took a chance on the 240Z part number, but it was quite different (even though the twin piston calipers and rear drums are the same as 240Z). It turned out that the master cylinder is shared not with the 240Z, but the Fairlady 2000 Roadster of the same era. One of those wasn’t available new, so the brake specialist is boring out the old mastercyl and rebuilding it. So far I’m discovering that a lot of parts are definitely shared with 240Z, but lots aren’t. So getting maintenance parts will probably be a bit of trial and error from now on…it’s a good thing the guys at my local parts store are patient…

If you are placing ring bolts and U-bolts then you must use an injection glue system. Most bolt manufacturers produce high quality glue which is deposited using a brand specific caulking gun. The two parts of the glue are mixed through a nozzle and the end result is perfect mixed glue which dries in a few hours (polyester) or overnight (epoxy). If you are placing a lot of bolts then a glue system is certainly a cost effective method. It is very messy and requires diligent attention to detail and quality control. The easiest way to make an obvious, messy and bad bolt is to try and place rings without practicing first! Of all the systems this one requires reading in detail the manufacturers installation guidelines.

Dynabolt eye bolt

dynabolt eye bolt


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