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lbayorkie
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Bantam D1 rigid 1950

Hi, I'm looking for part 35-1030, its the stud that attaches the silencer to the mounting bracket on the frame. Frustratingly Draganfly have all the parts except the stud- which is the most important bit!

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Probably more likelihood of someone making one for you. You need the spec for it. Is it on "back order" at Draganfly? Wait 2 years then £19 +vat postage 🤣

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hi  Alan   if  you  cut  the head of a  8 mm x55 mm full lenth threaded  bolt  it will do  the trick  you  then  need 2 or 3       =8  mm nuts  

  plus  2  x  10 mm  nuts  for  the  spacer  

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A factory stud is 5/16” BSF by about 1-1/2” long. It depends what thread is cut in your silencer as to what you will actually need. You should be able to identify the thread from the bolt that currently goes in the hole. Worst case, you can simply use a longer bolt, but a stud is a better solution in that application. 

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i  standed   corrected   so  the  silener  is   threaded  5/16    S F   and  not  a  captiv   nut  that can be  swoped  for  anuther  nut  

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According to Draganfly its 5/16 x 1 3/4 x 22 tpi, but I will ask my friend to double check the thread before I buy the bolt. Thanks for the tips. 

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lbayorkie said
According to Draganfly its 5/16 x 1 3/4 x 22 tpi, but I will ask my friend to double check the thread before I buy the bolt. Thanks for the tips.   

Yes, that’s BSF. I will look and see if I have a spare stud. 

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Idea. You can buy a pair of 2” long machine screws from there for under £3 and cut one down. I’ve just looked in my stores and I don’t have any spare studs. 

Check the thread on the existing bolt that goes into the silencer first though, because if it’s a pattern item there’s no guarantee that it’s 5/16” BSF like it’s supposed to be. 

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I picked one of these up bnib on eBay for 8quid. Very handy for lots of jobs 🙂

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