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Hello all,

Well after 2 months, my 1750 GTV bumpers have been repaired and restored to a beautiful shine. I just learned I'm shy a couple of bolts (laugh)

I went to local hardware store and they have a M12 x 35 mm screws but they're 1.75 pitch. The original screws are a finer pitch.... does anyone know what they are? 1 mm or 1.25 mm?

Your help is greatly appreciated it.
 

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The fine thread version of a 1.75 is 1.50.

The bumper bolts on a Euro 1750 are M12 x 1.5 x 35 for the front and M12 x 1.5 x 25 on the rear.
 

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Do you know a good source for replacement ones?
 

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Front bolts
Rear bolts

I have a small supply of both sizes so if you'd like, send me your mailing address and 2 of each size are yours for the mailing cost ($4.95 USPS flat rate mailer, I think).
 

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Do you know a good source for replacement ones?
What part of LA are you in?

Lovelady Hardware in Torrance will have what you need...

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What part of LA are you in?

Lovelady Hardware in Torrance will have what you need...

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I live in Culver City. Does Lovelady hardware a vast assortment of metric hardware?
 

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I live in Culver City. Does Lovelady hardware a vast assortment of metric hardware?
Yes, they have lots of metric stuff. It's free to give them a call and ask.

Lovelady Hardware Co - Torrance - Torrance, CA

I recall getting some odd metric stuff at a hardware store on Sepulveda a few years back. Much closer to you. I think this is the place... Also free to call.

Culverhardware.com - Buy Hardware Parts, Paint, Fasteners, Locks, Electrical Parts, Plumbing Parts, Cleaning Supplies and more!

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