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Unknown part identification...


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Does anybody know this part ? It came with a stash of late SV Alpine & Hunter parts. It's a 5/16 UNF screw, 1 1/4" long and with a serration under the head. However the head is only conical but nothing to grip on. Not even an Allen head. Could be from a Hunter but not sure...



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Was thinking about a wheel stud too, but diameter would be to small. Perhaps a steering column/ignition switch holder or a brake servo stud - something like that...

husky drvr

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Just guessing.

Is it possibly a leaf spring center clamp bolt with the head being the locating pin for the rear axle bracket?

Been a long time since I've seen one assembled and don't think I've ever seen one loose. Those might have a more cylindrical head.


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Here is a picture of long wheel studs for Alpine, they appear very similar to the one you have.long wheel studs.jpg