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Williams IJ Part Identify please


By dsmith

7 months ago



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#1 7 months ago

I was hoping someone would be able to tell me what these bolts that tread into the pivot nuts for the playfield bracket are called or a part number or where to get them. See Pic. Thanks very much.

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#2 7 months ago

Carriage bolts probably?

#3 7 months ago

I am pretty sure they are carriage bolts but I need the exact name or part number so I can order them.

#4 7 months ago

its a 4322- part number

should be in the manual on the cabinet page

#6 7 months ago

This is it. It will cost me 66.00 with shipping for 4 of these. Not happening. I had a new cabinet made and swapped everything over but I want to get the coin door and some other parts powder coated and these are part of it. I may just get some other 3/8 bolts to hold in place while I bring these in for power coat. Thank you.

#7 7 months ago

you asked for the part number, I am sure you can buy them closer than Australia

#8 7 months ago

The problem is that the main parts supplier here only orders from 2-3 places. They are telling me those places do not have them which leaves it up to me to order direct from who has them. The shipping to Canada from the US or other parts of the world kills it for a few very small items. I would bit it if I needed a bunch of stuff but not for 4 bolts.

#9 7 months ago

Can the old bolts be cleaned up and reused?

#10 7 months ago

call these guys:

https://www.boltdepot.com/Catalog.aspx?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIp9nO2bDK3QIVF1YNCh0kFAXUEAAYASAAEgIQGvD_BwE

3/8 16 x 1 1/4" black oxide carriage bolt.

Or call around locally someone has them.

#11 7 months ago

Good to know. Thank you.

#12 7 months ago

I buy my carriage bolts from Canadian Tire. They have what you need. Not in black though, but a quick blast of spray paint and you're all set.

#13 7 months ago
Quoted from gregh:

I buy my carriage bolts from Canadian Tire. They have what you need. Not in black though, but a quick blast of spray paint and you're all set.

Acid etch primer is a better way to go if painting.

#14 7 months ago

Canadian tire. I will try that. They will be powder coated anyway.

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