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  • some ppl wanted me to do into more detail about my crossbow bolts….so here it is.



    Compilation of 6 videos:

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    01 . . . 01:11 . . . hardware and drill bits overview

    Link to hardware spreadsheet on Google Docs:

    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B6myy5leX6JwSjNGTFdRTkxiQ1E/edit?usp=sharing

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    02 . . . 10:00 . . . hardware

    0:00 Make the fasteners all the same, so that you don’t mix anything up. One constraint is what’s used on the splash guard – the two points in the center. Those are M6, so it makes sense to use M6 for all of the other points. They have 12mm, 16mm, 20mm, and 25mm – The M6-20 (20 mm) length worked best.

    1:26 By the orange thing (from the battery pack?), the length of the bolt could be a constraint there. A shorter bolt might be good – the next level down is M6-16 mm, that might work (no, too short, no benefit to doing this)

    8:16 Two M6-12 mm are currently used to secure a bracket on the engine. I decided that I will just leave the plastic cover off, as it’s easier to keep the area around the oil cap clean, and it’s kind of a pain to remove it to do that good of a job, every time. I guess you can leave it on, and not clean that area at every oil change, maybe you don’t need to. Another reason to leave it off for me is that there’s a wire that runs along there for the cruise control (which currently doesn’t work) – it rattles against the cover, and I don’t see a good way to secure it better. I should probably just remove the cruise control.

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    03 . . . 04:16

    0:00 In hindsight, it may be be normal for these plastic plugs to be slightly un-seated

    1:44 Rattling sound fixed in two places – on the catalytic converter, and behind the engine

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    04 . . . 02:24 . . . Conclusion on the M6 -12s, -16s, -20s, and -25s

    I was going to replace the fender skirt bolts with M6-20 mm (.79 in), but they really are too short, 1″ works better.

    The M6-25 mm (0.98 in) would work, but the 1/4″-20 x 1″ are essentially the same thing, and fine – the different thread also isn’t bad to distinguish them, besides length

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    05 . . . 02:02

    On the license plate, I don’t think they’re longer than 20 mm, and they aren’t bolts, but screws (pointed tip) . . . I didn’t see stainless steel screws (pointed tip) with a lag bolt head, that might be better to discourage someone from stealing your license plate

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    06 . . . 09:41 . . . Rusty hardware removed

    6:36 Two M6-12 mm are currently used to secure a bracket on the engine. I decided that I will just leave the plastic cover off, as it’s easier to keep the area around the oil cap clean, and it’s kind of a pain to remove it to do that good of a job, every time. I guess you can leave it on, and not clean that area at every oil change, maybe you don’t need to. Another reason to leave it off for me is that there’s a wire that runs along there for the cruise control (which currently doesn’t work) – it rattles against the cover, and I don’t see a good way to secure it better. I should probably just remove the cruise control.

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    http://www.boltscience.com/pages/faq.htm

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bolted_joint

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