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Threaded Windshield Studs

Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Zinc
Thread Pitch:
3/8"-24
Garage Sale:
No
Overall Length:
2.00
Thread Length:
2.00
Threaded Windshield Studs

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Studs are zinc plated for longevity. Not included in our windshield kits. Sold each.

 Windshield Mount Guide

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1 questions : 1 answers

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How Do I Drill and Tap Windshield Frame. Have T Bucket with short posts and 20 inch windshield. Purchased support rods and necessary hardware. Glass is already mounted. How far in can I drill as well as tap to accept the Windshield Studs, or can I do it now that the glass is already installed? Car is featured in your T Bucket Catalog #387, page 51.

Nift23
Milner
November 11, 2014

How Do I Drill and Tap Windshield Frame. Have T Bucket with short posts and 20 inch windshield. Purchased support rods and necessary hardware. Glass is already mounted. How far in can I drill as well as tap to accept the Windshield Studs, or can I do it now that the glass is already installed? Car is featured in your T Bucket Catalog #387, page 51.

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November 12, 2014
EricM
You’ve got a great-looking car there! The depth for drilling and tapping into the frame is about 3/8”. The windshield frame is essentially “hollow”, however, not solid. I suggest that you get a piece of our Windshield Slug Material (such as perhaps 555-003). You could remove just the lower bar of the windshield frame and slip the Slug into the Windshield Frame Tubing from the bottom. Slide the Slug as high as is necessary to position its tapped hole where you want the Support Rod Stud to be. Thread the Stud into the Slug and it will give the stud a nice, sturdy foundation. Re-install the lower windshield bar and away you go!
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