<VV> OT: Thru Bolts from Corvair Generator or similar
Daniel Monasterio González
dmonasterio at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 26 10:23:44 EST 2014
Checked Corvair generator bolts and, they are 1/4" x 7 3/4".
In my place (Guadalajara) there are many stores especialized on any akind
of fasteners (bolts, screws, nuts, etc) where it is easy to get any bolt
by the size.
Don't know where to look for on the States but, suppose they you should be
places like theese ones.
On 26/02/14 08:31, "John Beck" <jb30343 at windstream.net> wrote:
>Sorry about the off topic post but my fellow Corvair owners seem like a
>good place to turn with this.
>I burned up the electric motor on a small concrete mixer. I found a
>nearly identical replacement motor; 48Y frame, 1/3 HP... The only
>problem I see with it is that the threaded portion of the "thru bolts"
>on the new motor don't protrude past the nuts. My mixer is designed to
>use these stud like protrusions to mount the motor. The easy solution
>I'm hoping for is to find some longer "thru bolts".
>The original bolts in the new motor are 6 7/8" (not including the head)
> and look like they are #8 or #10. I'd have to remove one of the nuts
>to be 100% sure of the diameter and thread pitch. I need bolts that are
>about 1/4"+ longer than the originals. I don't have a Corvair generator
>lying around but it seems like the bolts on those in the ballpark of
>what I need.
>Anyone have some or know the dimensions or have a pile of dead electric
>motors in your garage or have a good idea on where I should look???? I
>found a manufacturer of these bolts on the internet. I'm not looking to
>have them manufactured. I just need four bolts of a workable size.
>Ideas welcome. Many Thanks. --J.B.
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