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post #11 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-14-2017, 12:35 PM
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use a headless shoulder bolt....

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You guys are great! Stick486 specifically, suggested a 1/4-28 headless shoulder bolt. Dragged my butt to the local True Value hardware store. Sales guy walked to the shoulder bolt area, picked up a 1/4-28 and my table is now complete. Total cost....49 cents.

Many thanks, again to all that responded.

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a headless shoulder screw would have been cheaper...

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Picky, picky...
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The gas to the hardware store was more than 49 cents.
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Picky, picky...
you know how it is...

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The gas to the hardware store was more than 49 cents.
should have picked up several...

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'Cause as everyone knows, the spares will be right there when you need one; no searching through stuff...
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'Cause as everyone knows, the spares will be right there when you need one; no searching through stuff...
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You spelt 'accessories' incorrectly...
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