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Old December 10th, 2014, 08:16 PM   #1
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Default mounting bonts to avenger plates hardware ?s

Hello Doc sk8,

Virgin plate to boot mounter, attempting to mount hybrid carbon bonts to avengers. After searching, this is what I think I need:

Mcmaster-carr part #s

Drill bit for carbon fiber: 2828a75
T nut: 90975a015
Bolts (not sure about length, but guessed 1"): 90585A992
Mag plate Countersink bit: (3/8) 3210a24 or (1/2) 3210a25 (I guess the 1/2, but not sure)


Is this right?
Any suggestions?

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Old December 11th, 2014, 01:51 AM   #2
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Hello Doc sk8,

Virgin plate to boot mounter, attempting to mount hybrid carbon bonts to avengers. After searching, this is what I think I need:

Mcmaster-carr part #s

Drill bit for carbon fiber: 2828a75
I use that drill
T nut: 90975a015
Interesting. That is the one I use.
Bolts (not sure about length, but guessed 1"): 90585A992
It varies. I have had to use 7/16 or 1/2 inch in front. 5/8-3/4" in back. Depends
Mag plate Countersink bit: (3/8) 3210a24 or (1/2) 3210a25 (I guess the 1/2, but not sure)
Countersink the back... 1/4"
Is this right?
Basically.
Any suggestions?
Yes...

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Old December 11th, 2014, 05:00 AM   #3
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Mag plate Countersink bit: (3/8) 3210a24 or (1/2) 3210a25 (I guess the 1/2, but not sure)
Countersink the back... 1/4"
I am confused. Mcmastercarr says "The countersink body diameter must be equal to or larger than the head diameter of the screw, center, or rivet being countersunk." The 90585a992 head size is. 411" which is between 3/8" and 1/2", but if I am reading your answer right then you are saying to use the 1/4" Countersink bit. What am I missing here?
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The basic concept of what needs to be countersunk. It is not the screw head.
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