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Were can i get a new bolt for the thigh brace. I have lost the one inside the cockpit.
It is not a standard thread.

Must be a US thread

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Gaybo Ltd · Bellbrook Business Park · Uckfield · TN22 1QQ · United Kingdom
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www.wavesport.com


Or your local Wavesport dealer?

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HUNTER wrote:Were can I get a new bolt for the thigh brace. I have lost the one inside the cockpit.
It is not a standard thread.

Must be a US thread
It's an imperial thread as opposed to metric. Perception UK should have a range of spare parts, and their customer service is excellent.

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Thanks Guy's

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Or a Dagger bolt? I lost my drainbung and I replaced it with a dagger one and it worked fine. They are the same company right?

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edhunter wrote:Or a Dagger bolt? I lost my drainbung and I replaced it with a dagger one and it worked fine. They are the same company right?
Indeed, both Dagger & Wavesport are brands of Confluence. There are two manufacturing Licensees of Dagger, that includes Dagger Europe who of course use metric components.

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Most ironmongers or hardware stores will carry stock of something that size, probably only cost a few pence too. Up until the 110's, and probably later, Land Rover used imperial (BSW) bolts. There's very little difference between British (BSF / W) and American (UNF / C ) imperial threads.

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Simon Westgarth wrote:Dagger Europe who of course use metric components.
My agent (bought in Ireland) came with Imperial bolts, absolute nightmare because of this too.

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I got one from A S Watersports in the end.

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Martin I will be checking my Diesel in club shed to see if all mine are still there!!!!
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Buck,

I am not so sure I can remember were the club shed is.

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