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Anyone have a economical source for the shoulder bolts?  I am seeing insane prices   Part #5188

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daveoman1966
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Not famliar with part # 5188,. but here are some NEW shoulder bolts...(one is black, like new) 

I'll send your twwo fo these for $25.00...  Set of four for $40...shipped

email for more info...  daveoman@windstream.net

ps...I have other good used one too...from 1-1/4" to 2"...all 1/2" dia

   

 

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grinchsr

Thanks for the offer but I am looking for less cost if there is any

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Bill D
1 hour ago, grinchsr said:

Thanks for the offer but I am looking for less cost if there is any

I got a piece of 1/2" OD steel tubing from Home Depot and cut it to length. Then take a 3/8" grade 8 bolt with a tight fitting thick fender washer on both ends.  Much cheaper. 

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Racinbob

Why not just go to Lowes, Home Depot, Walmart, Ace, Tractor Supply, etc. etc. etc. and pick up a pair for < $5 ???

:confusion-shrug:

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squonk
9 minutes ago, Racinbob said:

Why not just go to Lowes, Home Depot, Walmart, Ace, Tractor Supply, etc. etc. etc. and pick up a pair for < $5 ???

:confusion-shrug:

Have you gotten them there Bob? All of the aftermarket shoulder bolts I've come across are either too long or to short. 

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953 nut
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https://www.boltdepot.com/Shoulder_bolts.aspx?nv=l&gclid=Cj0KCQjw_7KXBhCoARIsAPdPTfhvqiFIFW4P1cez41yUt5a1_BU1vo9_2bjPwETvueyuR6zR4QV4XcwaApPnEALw_wcB

Measure the ones you are replacing and fill in the blanks on this site. I bought some along with other stuff I was ordering and they were only a couple bucks each.

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grinchsr

Great idea Bill going to pick up that hardware today.  I refuse to pay some of the prices I am seeing online for what I used to pay a couple of bucks for.   It's called retirement 

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Racinbob
2 hours ago, squonk said:

Have you gotten them there Bob? All of the aftermarket shoulder bolts I've come across are either too long or to short. 

 

Yes I have Mike. I just found this picture of what they are. The piece butted up to the nut is threaded so it's adjustable. I've used them often including just recently on the deck on the 76. :)

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Lane Ranger
10 hours ago, 953 nut said:

https://www.boltdepot.com/Shoulder_bolts.aspx?nv=l&gclid=Cj0KCQjw_7KXBhCoARIsAPdPTfhvqiFIFW4P1cez41yUt5a1_BU1vo9_2bjPwETvueyuR6zR4QV4XcwaApPnEALw_wcB

Measure the ones you are replacing and fill in the blanks on this site. I bought some along with other stuff I was ordering and they were only a couple bucks each.

1950230579_Screenshot(70).png.66baa875357a26bfa66baaac31bbf636.png


 

i have been using this Bolt Depot for years Richard.  When I get a tractor like an RJ to redo I order a complete set of bolts from Bolt Depot based upon the manual. 

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grinchsr

Just ordered them from Bolt depot.   Thanks

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