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Old 12-10-2007, 12:18 PM   #1
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Does AE or anyone make a blue aluminum or titanium screw set for the T4 B4 B44 and TC5? I would like to replace the screws with some new ones but who makes them? I know I have seen some AE ones but where do I find pricing and numbers and stuff?
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www.lunsfordracing.com

They have 4packs or kits for the T4/B4. I don't think they have a "kit" for the B44 or TC5 yet.

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ok well I havent got the touring car yet so it might be for an xray
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Ok also does associated make a blue aluminum set for the cars listed? And would it be bad to have all aluminum screws or should I go titanium? And does nayone make a set for the Xray? I havent seen any yet but I know they have to be out there.
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Have a look at Tony's Screws
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the blue screws you are referring to are aluminum. aluminum is only safe to use in non-stress areas otherwise they bend and break. i would get the lunsford screw set if they dont break the bank. otherwise mcmaster-carr will have all the screws needed in stainless, you will just have to buy them in larger quantities than you need.
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Would it be bad to upgrade everything, hinge pins, ball studs shock mounts, screws. I mean I know weight is an issue but I dont think it could hurt that much right?
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In lundsford stuff I am taking about
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