On my early TR4, I used socket-head cap screws and Nyloc nuts. No problems
ever again. Ran the car in autocrosses and road for ten years. Never had to
Same diameter bolt as original. Length can be determined by measuring the old
bolt. If that one did not have enough length to support a Nyloc, add a half
Phil Ethier West Side Saint Paul Minnesota USA
1973 Triumph Stag LE22439UBW "uncle jack"
2004 Suburban 8.1
2005 Lotus Elise
2007 Saturn Ion 3 2.4
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----- Original Message -----
> From: thenicholls at verizon.net
> Cc: triumphs at autox.team.net
> Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 11:02:28 AM
> Subject: [TR] Read drivers lever shock (damper)
> 1972 Triumph TR6, up on ramps this weekend. The two bolts holding the
> lever shock to the body were loose. Tightened, other side fine.
> I see on the archive someone suggesting longer bolts and a nyloc bolt
> on the other side.
> I used a 5/8th socket, what size bolt, what length bolt, and nyloc
> should I get?
> Thanks and Happy Memorial Day to the list.