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Old 02-19-2006, 09:09 AM   #1
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Help with Schnitzer type pedals

I've lost the bolt and screw kit for my aluminum pedals. I can't find the correct replacement bolts. The correct bolts are M4 x 15 Torx bolts. Most hardware stores carry M4 x 16, but the head (flat, pan, etc) are too large. M3 heads usally fit, but the bolt diameter is way too small. Can anyone help?

If I go through AC Schnitzer, they are going to be pricey!
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I've lost the bolt and screw kit for my aluminum pedals. I can't find the correct replacement bolts. The correct bolts are M4 x 15 Torx bolts. Most hardware stores carry M4 x 16, but the head (flat, pan, etc) are too large. M3 heads usally fit, but the bolt diameter is way too small. Can anyone help?

If I go through AC Schnitzer, they are going to be pricey!
Go on ebay and email a seller of the replica pedals. Ask how much they would charge just for the nuts and bolts. Shoulent be too much.

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The seller sent some shitty M3 x 16's. I can go to any hardware store and get those. I'll wait and see what AC is going to hang me.
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