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    Senior Member tgraham's Avatar
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    Knee pad studs

    Does anyone have a source for these? This is the step stud that is used on the knee pads... apparently I took them off years ago and have not found the box. Now I canít seem to find replacements! They seem to be M10-1.5 to M6-1.0... a rather odd combo.

    Thanks!
    Travis

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgraham View Post
    Does anyone have a source for these? This is the step stud that is used on the knee pads... apparently I took them off years ago and have not found the box. Now I canít seem to find replacements! They seem to be M10-1.5 to M6-1.0... a rather odd combo.

    Thanks!
    Travis

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    Just so you know itís not one stud. the M6 is threaded into the M10 threaded insert. You can get these type of inserts at a good hardware store. The might not have metric but you should be able to make something work.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/M6-M10-Thre....m46890.l49292
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    Hey Dennis,

    Thanks! I didn't actually know that That'll make it easier. I guess I either didn't investigate enough and/or mine are crusty enough not to notice. You learn something new every day.

    Travis

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