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Old 02-02-2010, 07:52 PM   #1
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Default TDR splitter 99 pitch and thread for the nylon bolts

I have had one sitting at my parents place for a few years. Was going to put it on but I dont know what they did with the bolts. Does anyone know the pitch and thread for them? I was thinking about going by homedepot or lowes to get then and install it this weekend.
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just call gary and he will either give you a set for for the cost of shipping or for a very small fee.
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just call gary and he will either give you a set for for the cost of shipping or for a very small fee.
just did actually
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