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Old 05-16-2019, 08:18 PM
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Questions?? Replacement screws for a few spots.

Hey all, new here. Looking for the proper repleacement screw sizes for the Proline 2.2 beadlock rims for the beadlock and the lug area as well. Thanks for any help!
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Have you tried home depot or lowes
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Old 05-17-2019, 12:51 AM
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Have you tried home depot or lowes
I dont know the proper sizes for the screws. I get so many different sizes when looking them up on the websites etc.
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Originally Posted by Teddyrufstuff View Post
I dont know the proper sizes for the screws. I get so many different sizes when looking them up on the websites etc.
if you have at least 1 they should be able to help you
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You can check the diameter size and the length by using a caliper.
If I'm not mistaken the sizes are:
M2.5 x 10mm SHCS for the beadlocks
M2.5 x 6mm SHCS for the lugs
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Crazy idea,, email or call proline customer service,, they'd probably end up sending you some free,,,,
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Screws that size are not a hardware store item. I found out the hard way. By looking in every store that I could think of. ProLine or your local hobby shop.
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in my country those screws are at the Hardware stores.. Ace. and my local hobby shops..Larrys. nankin and others.
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Originally Posted by 1spunspur View Post
Screws that size are not a hardware store item. I found out the hard way. By looking in every store that I could think of. ProLine or your local hobby shop.
i had no problems finding them at home depot. When I used pl beadlocks.
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