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Looking for an outfit that sells small hiem joints in the sac area.

.25x28 threads to be exact.

Right hand threads.

Any help would be appreciated.
 

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Looking for an outfit that sells small hiem joints in the sac area.

.25x28 threads to be exact.

Right hand threads.

Any help would be appreciated.
I would check a good hardware store. My local ace hardware in bfe sells them in the row with all the pullout drawers.
 

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If you can't find them local, McMaster Carr has about a dozen varieties in 1/4-28. I'm in Tampa and get stuff from their ATL store in one day with regular UPS shipping. They have a facility in LA, so you are probably the same time frame for delivery.
 

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Motion industries might have it in stock. Or Summit racing will get it to you in a day.





Motion industries didn't have anything.



Wound up at a place called TOGNOTTI'S.


If I had to compare it to something it would probably be a small summit store.
 

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Did not see any:laughing:


But I didn't realize it may be an option lol.

I did do a quick walk through of the whole store...I think.



What grocery store did it used to be by the way?
 

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Did not see any:laughing:


But I didn't realize it may be an option lol.

I did do a quick walk through of the whole store...I think.



What grocery store did it used to be by the way?
Togs is an institution.

It was a Safeway, and it's been there forever. It was there in 1983 when I moved to Sac.
 

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If you can't find anything midwest control products would have it I guarantee... I've bought a shitload of different sizes from them to stock up the bolt bins so I have them at the ready for any kind of project I might need them for.
 

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Yep, Safeway. My grandfather was the architect. He did all the Safeways in the area back then
That's cool. All the old Safeway's had a cool mid century look to em. Your grandpa had good style.
 

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Is this a Hiem off a sway bar link ???? WTF? Who cares?:D




Was actually on a machine for welding sheet plastic.

A DEMTECH Machine to be exact.


Some gorilla and had previously broke the hinge lock mechanism so there was no tension on the self feeder.


The replacement machine was down in Bakersfield.
 

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Yep, Safeway. My grandfather was the architect. He did all the Safeways in the area back then
That's cool. It's a great legacy, I wonder how many are still operating in the same building. The supermarket went through a strange expansion and contraction about 20 years ago. We had an Albertsons in Vegas that became a Raleys then a Vons, over the course of about 3 months.
 
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