Hot-selling attractive Plow Bolts with Nuts Wholesale to Bahamas

Hot-selling attractive
 Plow Bolts with Nuts Wholesale to Bahamas

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Professional manufacturer of Plow bolts, feature a flat or dome countersunk head design, with a square neck to prevent turning when the nut is tightened or removed. They are used in Excavator, wheel loader, bulldozer, backhoe loader blades & cutting edges.   Fit for Caterpillar, Volvo, Doosan, Komatsu, Komelco, Ajax, JCB, BYG Inch Size: 3/8”-1.3/8” with various lengths Metric Size: M10-M36 with various lengths Grade: SAE J429 Grade 5, 8; 170 KSI, 180 KSI; ISO 898-1 class 8.8, 10.9, 12.9 F...


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We support our buyers with ideal high quality products and high level service. Becoming the specialist manufacturer in this sector, we have gained rich practical experience in producing and managing for Tin Plated Aluminium Set Screws , A194 4 Heavy Hex Nuts , Round Nuts , We wholeheartedly welcome customers all over the world come to visit our factory and have a win-win cooperation with us!
Hot-selling attractive Plow Bolts with Nuts Wholesale to Bahamas Detail:

Professional manufacturer of Plow bolts, feature a flat or dome countersunk head design, with a square neck to prevent turning when the nut is tightened or removed. They are used in Excavator, wheel loader, bulldozer, backhoe loader blades & cutting edges.

 

Fit for Caterpillar, Volvo, Doosan, Komatsu, Komelco, Ajax, JCB, BYG

Inch Size: 3/8”-1.3/8” with various lengths

Metric Size: M10-M36 with various lengths

Grade: SAE J429 Grade 5, 8; 170 KSI, 180 KSI; ISO 898-1 class 8.8, 10.9, 12.9

Finish: Plain, Black Oxide, Zinc Plated, and so on

Packing: Bulk about 25 kgs each carton, 36 cartons each pallet

Advantage: High Quality and Strict Quality Control, Competitive Price,Timely Delivery; Technical Support, Supply Test Reports

Please feel free to contact us for more details.


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We always believe that one's character decides products' quality, the details decides products' quality ,with the REALISTIC,EFFICIENT AND INNOVATIVE team spirit for Hot-selling attractive Plow Bolts with Nuts Wholesale to Bahamas, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Dubai , Moldova , Juventus , We always insist on the management tenet of "Quality is first, Technology is basis, Honesty and Innovation".We are able to develop new products continuously to a higher level to satisfy different needs of customers.



  • How to remove rear wheel sprocket cush bushings on a Yamaha RD. Using simple tools you can see how much easier this process is instead of using a Dremel to cut them out.

    Tools Needed:
    Tap: 1/2″x13nc
    Ratchet & 3/4″ socket
    All-thread 1/2″x13x6″ double nut on one end, or 1/2′x13x6″ Grade 8 Bolt (Better)
    Threading Oil
    WD40
    Propane torch

    Notes on what I found in the process:

    After removing all 4 bushings, the hub temperature was less than 150 degrees fahrenheit, as measured in the last bushing well closest to the bearings and seals.

    After removing the 3rd bushing the threads on the all-thread were so rounded that it wouldn’t extract the 4th bushing. I cut off about 3″s of damaged thread, and was then able to extract the last one. Long story short…. use a higher grade material!

    Thanks for watching,

    Jim

    UPDATE: 02/08/14

    Finally got around to installing the new sprocket cush bushings in my RD400 hub. It was real easy and I used the same procedure to install the new wheel bearings. I sourced a Single Burner Electric Hot Plate from Target for about $12.00. I placed the hub on the hot plate and used the thermometer in my video to monitor how hot the hub got. I also placed the new cush bushing and wheel bearing in the freezer. Once the hub got up to about 130 degrees, I dropped the frozen cush bushings into the holes. They went right in without any force required. I did use a socket and tap on them to make sure they were fully seated, which they were. Did the same process for the wheel bearings, and the fell right in. Tapped on them also to make sure they were fully seated, which they were.

    Note: When I installed the wheel bearings, I heated the hub up on one side facing the hot plate, removed from hot plate and installed that bearing. I them turned the hub over and placed it back on the hot plate to warm the other side, removed from the hot plate and installed the other bearing. Just make sure there are no burrs on the top edge of the cush bushing holes or wheel bearing holes. They should have a slight chamfer on the top facing edge to facilitate a smooth install.

    UPDATE: 10/28/14

    To prevent the first bearing from falling out when you flip the hub over to install the second bearing, place a large diameter socket on your workbench, which will be a spacer between the first bearing and the bench. This will keep the first bearing seated while you install the second bearing. Also, I found that I only needed to set my hotplate on low to get the required expansion.

    Jim

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