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Troy Console Screw Question

Postby alex » Sun Dec 07, 2014 9:07 am

Does anyone have another source besides ordering up AC-TSSCR25 from Troy for these screws? I would actually like to try and find some that are double the length plus have some spares.

Anyone know the exact specs and maybe a good 3rd party source for them?

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Re: Troy Console Screw Question

Postby SteveC0625 » Sun Dec 07, 2014 9:30 am

alex wrote:Does anyone have another source besides ordering up AC-TSSCR25 from Troy for these screws? I would actually like to try and find some that are double the length plus have some spares.

Anyone know the exact specs and maybe a good 3rd party source for them?



Those are Torx Security Screws. Lowes lists them in lots of sizes on their website. I would venture a guess that they're widely available through most any decent hardware store as well.

Take one with you to the store and match the size (diameter) and threads per inch. Then you will know what you are looking for. You pick the length.

If you really want/need black Torx Security Screws, you may have to do a bit of googling to find a vendor.

If you don't really need the Torx Security Screw, then you'll find matching size screws in a variety of head types and lengths at most any decent hardware store. Color choices are better, too.

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Re: Troy Console Screw Question

Postby escomm » Tue May 12, 2015 11:59 am

So does anyone know the specs of these screws? Hard to go to Lowe's to compare when you don't have them in hand :(

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Re: Troy Console Screw Question

Postby fineshot1 » Wed May 13, 2015 4:56 am

alex wrote:Does anyone have another source besides ordering up AC-TSSCR25 from Troy for these screws? I would actually like to try and find some that are double the length plus have some spares.

Anyone know the exact specs and maybe a good 3rd party source for them?

Alex


I do not find that screw parts number info on the Troy Products website anywhere.
Can you supply a link please?

I am on very good terms with the Troy staff - i will email them and see if i can
find out more info.
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Re: Troy Console Screw Question

Postby RFguy » Wed May 13, 2015 11:33 am

fineshot1 wrote:I do not find that screw parts number info on the Troy Products website anywhere.
Can you supply a link please?


http://www.troyproducts.com/products/miscitems.htm

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Re: Troy Console Screw Question

Postby fineshot1 » Wed May 13, 2015 11:49 am

RFguy wrote:
fineshot1 wrote:I do not find that screw parts number info on the Troy Products website anywhere.
Can you supply a link please?


http://www.troyproducts.com/products/miscitems.htm


Strange - when you click on the Products icon there is no misc items icon to click on
to get to that page. When i spoke to Bebe Bornais today she noted that they were in
the throws of having some updates on this website so perhaps it is temporarily obscured
from view. Not sure why i can not see that icon to click on.
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Re: Troy Console Screw Question

Postby escomm » Wed May 13, 2015 1:59 pm

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Re: Troy Console Screw Question

Postby escomm » Mon Jun 08, 2015 1:57 pm

Ok they are T15 6 lobe, button head, black oxide, 1/2" length and 8/32


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