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Old 21 November 2005, 13:19   #11
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Originally Posted by Hugh Jardon
cheers for the gen

yes screwfix is the cheapest if have found so far which is excellent but their a4 range is a bit limited at the moment

a couple of other suppiers have come close and their range is better

has anyone found any good suppliers that are very cheap for A4 stainless? cheaper than Screwfix?
The screwfix A4 range has also decreased in size over the last year. So I've started to use the more available A2 size.

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Old 21 November 2005, 15:38   #12
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Originally Posted by Richard B
Were your fastners stamped on the head with the spec?

Very useful post from Jono here:

I have bolts form screwfix (and manufactured by these people: holding a vital component in the engine (trim-tilt assembly) and did a quick inspection yesteday - all OK and no signs of any discoloration at all.

Yes I think so. Jono's quote is good info.
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