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    Hi to anyone who may be restoring a traction!!!!
    You may be interested in this site!
    Classic Fasteners
    Very useful for those raised head countersunk slotted self tappers that are used on the window frames!
    Also the countersunk stainless washers that go under them!!!

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    Cheers Gerry

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    That was worth bookmarking, even for me here in the US. Nice find, Gerry.
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    Glad you found it helpful Bill.
    I placed an order last Tuesday----for 3/4 6gauge stainless slotted screws for the seat base I am restoring for the 11BL. They arrived today-----Very fast!
    all the hard-ware stores around here only stocked Philips heads and they look totally out of place!
    Cheers Gerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerrypro View Post
    Glad you found it helpful Bill.
    I placed an order last Tuesday----for 3/4 6gauge stainless slotted screws for the seat base I am restoring for the 11BL. They arrived today-----Very fast!
    all the hard-ware stores around here only stocked Philips heads and they look totally out of place!
    Yah- I can get metric hardware at all the usual stores, but the Citroen sizes are next to impossible to find unless I go to a stockist like this. I gazed through their catalog quickly, the only thing that disappoints me is they don't sell the rivinut tools. Overall, well worth knowing.
    The measure of your character isn't what you do when people are watching- it's what you do when they aren't watching.

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