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Offline jmester

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Bar studs
« on: November 25, 2013, 08:05:46 pm »
The first number is the standard bar stud, the second is a 1mm over sized bar stud. This is for the stud the goes in to the engine housing not the engine pan like on a ms 290. If any one has a stripped one just thought i would put it some where. Hope it helps someone.     

MS 210, MS 230, MS 250
1123 664 2400
1123 664 2405

MS 290, MS 310, MS 390
1127 664 2400
1127 664 2410

MS 170, MS 180
1123 664 2400
1123 664 2405

MS 171, MS 181, MS 211
1123 664 2400
1123 664 2405

MS 311, MS 391
0000 664 2404
0000 664 2411

MS 271, MS 291
0000 664 2404
0000 664 2411

MS 231, MS 251
1123 664 2400
1123 664 2405
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Re: Bar studs
« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2013, 10:03:18 pm »
Also when installing the over sized bar stud use either red or blue loc-tite. As it acts as a lubricant and will also help lock the stud in place. I would also recommend that you leave a 24hour window for time to cure the loc-tite.
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