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Carriage bolts for scraper bar

I think there 5/16 but maybe 3/4" long. My ace and local hardware store had nothing shorter than 1.25". The carriage bolts for the scraper blade on my 10000 series ariens. Didn't check hd, or lowes. Where do u find these
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I think mine were 1". I just took an angle grinder with a cutoff wheel and cut them flush with the nuts. Otherwise look around, somewhere had to have shorter ones.

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Am I remembering correctly those are 1/4" bolts? If so, McMaster-Carr has them down to 1/2" length: McMaster-Carr If they're 5/16" they have those too but I think the shortest is 3/4". Available in stainless too if you'd like them not to rust.

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In our nearby city there are two locally owned smaller stores that sell mostly nuts and bolts. also there's a hardware store with a "Do it Best " franchise that has 1/2"and up in 1/4" and 5/16 in stainless, but not in galvanized. I'm not sure if this isn't just the local owners option. It's not part of the stores inventory because some outside outfit does the stocking.
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I got them from repairclinic.com.
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Thanks all, I will try lowes, if not I'll cut them. It didn't dawn on me to cut them after I install them! So simple, duh
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5/16"x1". McMaster carr is cheap. But you have to buy 100 peices. I also get them with the nylon lock bolts. You get a lifetime supply for $10 bucks.
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The bolts are usually 5/16-18 X 3/4" short neck carriage bolts. I have them here.

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I think mine were 1". I just took an angle grinder with a cutoff wheel and cut them flush with the nuts. Otherwise look around, somewhere had to have shorter ones.
Pretty much always use a cutoff wheel on the ones I used.
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