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    Posted: Oct/05/2019 at 6:59pm
Does anyone know if there is a source for these screws?
 
 
1985 CJ 7 401 dana 60's 37's
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clipsandfasteners.com should have them as well. They have a good selection of chrome oval headed phillips trim screws. They also have various sizes of specialty screws with the smaller heads like AMC used. For example a #10 screw with a #8 head.
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They are quite a bit more money, but Totally Stainless has them also, but you would need to polish the heads. They are a pretty good source for specialty automotive fasteners. They call them 'Jackson Head Screws'.

http://www.totallystainless.com/



Edited by mbwicz - Oct/07/2019 at 7:39am
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Are the OE ones SST? I thought they were, but can't remember for sure...
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You can get stainless screws at Lowe's.
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The factory sill plate screws were chrome plated. Stainless should work and look just fine as long as they're oval head Phillips. I just bought a box of 100 #10 x 3/4 with a #8 head, chrome, Phillips oval head from Clips and Fasteners for $ 8.57 plus shipping.
Note that some of the trim and screws that AMC used had undersized heads from the next smaller screw size. These undersized head screws come in real handy when a smaller hole may be stripped out where you need the next larger size screw but you need to keep the head size of the original smaller screw.

Edited by george w - Oct/07/2019 at 6:06pm
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Chrome screws are available reasonably at panhandleautofastener.com
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Got the screws and a few other items from AMARK
1985 CJ 7 401 dana 60's 37's
1987 J-20 401 Stock resto
1977 CJ 7 360 T-18 D 300
1970 AMX ex-SCCA car


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