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Bolt type for roof rack point
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Hi I have a 2013 citroen berlingo van.  Was wondering if anyone could tell me what sort of bolt I would to fix something on to the roof rack points . They are threaded but  i was struggling to find a bolt to fit it properly  thanks .
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(22-05-2019, 09:06 PM)Kev1234 Wrote:  Hi I have a 2013 citroen berlingo van.  Was wondering if anyone could tell me what sort of bolt I would to fix something on to the roof rack points . They are threaded but  i was struggling to find a bolt to fit it properly  thanks .


I'm afraid I don't have the answer, but have exactly the same question. Did you have any luck finding the correct bolt in the end?

Thanks
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(27-05-2019, 12:01 PM)Jimi junior Wrote:  
(22-05-2019, 09:06 PM)Kev1234 Wrote:  Hi I have a 2013 citroen berlingo van.  Was wondering if anyone could tell me what sort of bolt I would to fix something on to the roof rack points . They are threaded but  i was struggling to find a bolt to fit it properly  thanks .


I'm afraid I don't have the answer, but have exactly the same question. Did you have any luck finding the correct bolt in the end?

Thanks
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(31-05-2019, 08:04 PM)Kev1234 Wrote:  
(27-05-2019, 12:01 PM)Jimi junior Wrote:  
(22-05-2019, 09:06 PM)Kev1234 Wrote:  Hi I have a 2013 citroen berlingo van.  Was wondering if anyone could tell me what sort of bolt I would to fix something on to the roof rack points . They are threaded but  i was struggling to find a bolt to fit it properly  thanks .


I'm afraid I don't have the answer, but have exactly the same question. Did you have any luck finding the correct bolt in the end?

Thanks             


Yes I did it turns out it's a standard thread m8 but you might need to clean threads before hand 
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#5
It would be easiest to purchase some bolts from the main dealer, they will correct type and length and cost will be minimal.

Don't bother with cheap Screwfix type stainless bolts they take great delight in shearing at low loadings, personally I'd use high tensile bolts for peace of mind.
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