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Old 08-18-2019, 08:08 PM
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Hey guys, does anyone know where I can find 25mm standoffs for a dle 120? I cant find them for 6mm bolts.
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Old 08-18-2019, 08:41 PM
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I bought some from JTec for my 170. I'm sure they can cut you some too.
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Old 08-18-2019, 10:15 PM
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one, you can easily make them by laminating 1/4 ply, two you can buy and drill 1" aluminum or nylon spacers from ACE hardware, three, you can post a WTB as most of us have drawers full of unused standoffs. mine are all too long. good luck. 6mm is a bit big. you might want to use 1/4 20.
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one, you can easily make them by laminating 1/4 ply, two you can buy and drill 1" aluminum or nylon spacers from ACE hardware, three, you can post a WTB as most of us have drawers full of unused standoffs. mine are all too long. good luck. 6mm is a bit big. you might want to use 1/4 20.
6mm (.23) is smaller than 1/4 inch.
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Hey guys, does anyone know where I can find 25mm standoffs for a dle 120? I cant find them for 6mm bolts.
5mm will work just fine.......you could pull your truck with a 5mm bolt......
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one, you can easily make them by laminating 1/4 ply, two you can buy and drill 1" aluminum or nylon spacers from ACE hardware, three, you can post a WTB as most of us have drawers full of unused standoffs. mine are all too long. good luck. 6mm is a bit big. you might want to use 1/4 20.
Just an FYI, the bolt on the top is a 1/4" bolt and the bottom is 6mm. Pretty standard size for standoffs and I believe hub bolts.
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Most 111-120 engines have M5 prop hub screws.
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Thanks for the info, I was wondering if 6mm was nessacary seeing how everybody sells them at 5mm. Thanks to all!
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