Yes and No.
They all have PN's, but I, somewhere in my collection of sh, er, stuff,
have the translation guide. One of the NNJR SCCA members does failure
analysis for Cat and handed 'em out at the national convention a few
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>>I don't know, I work for a Deere dealership, and when I try to buy bolts by
>>size rather than Part No. it's like pulling teeth. Kinda like the ARP stuff
>>in Jegs and Summit catalogs. My rollbar guy used CAT bolts in my car!.
> Many (most?) Triumph bolts had "coded" part numbers that revealed the size of
> the bolt (and nuts and washers). Are the CAT bolts numbered in a similar way,
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