Suspension work - 1998 K2500, here’s a proper thread

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Dec 9, 2022
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Longview, WA
If you are still looking for bolts industrial supply companies like MSC and McMaster-Carr carry a large variety of bolts. Just make sure you get the equivalent grade of fastener and I recommend hardened washers when used on suspension. Head type should not mater just use a washer if you can't get a flange head fastener. Yes everything needs to be torqued to factory standards.
Thanks, I appreciate it, I was able to get the same size grade 8 bolt here locally with a lock nut, using the old washer, and threadlocked, tightened to spec. They look pretty good now that they're in place.