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  • #16
    Originally posted by StudeRich View Post
    No, these are NOT "Lines", these are fairly Deep Grooves a bit "V" shaped, VERY Special (Locking?) Screws.

    They are: G9409145 (3/8" -24 X 1/2") 6 Required. You could not find these anywhere now, unless a few are at some Studebaker Vendors.
    Originally posted by 64Avanti View Post
    Can you post some pictures? They do sound like place head screws.
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    Bob Langer
    Glenshaw,PA

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    • #17
      Yes those are place head or place screws. The head design provides more elasticity making it act like a longer bolt. This provides better resistance to loosening. They are considered self locking. They are available comercially. I have used them in military applications where we were trying to avoide loosening in critical applications. This is a grade 8 screw.
      David L

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      • #18
        Good to know David, a "Place Head Screw". Maybe Auveco or one of those Fastener Co's actually still has those.

        Used where vibration is an issue, I immediately thought of Helicopter Parts.
        StudeRich
        Second Generation Stude Driver,
        Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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