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Flat washers

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  1. Laurent Brondel

    Laurent Brondel New Member

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    Greetings, I am looking for the large flat/cup washers used for M6 flat head screws to mount the chassis on the back panels of ‘70s Marshall combos.
    I can’t seem to find them anywhere in the US.
     
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  3. Laurent Brondel

    Laurent Brondel New Member

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    Thanks, not those. The Marshall ones are flat with a cup for the screw in the middle, the holes in the backpanel are chamfered to present a flat surface.
     
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    fitz288 Well-Known Yinzer Silver Supporting Member

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    got a photo of one?
     
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    Never saw those before? What about just using flat washers, the same star screws and washers as used on many of the older JMPs and JCMs? You can find these almost anywhere!
     
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    That's from a '78 2150, they used those on all combos throught the '70s, I had a Park 1214 with the same mounting screws and washers.
     
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    Gene Ballzz Well-Known Member

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    @Laurent Brondel
    First> :welcome: to the forum! :D
    Trying to find specific hardware that may have been proprietarily sourced by manufacturers can often be frustratingly futile! Just because you have something in your hand, doesn't mean that it is still currently available!

    I do believe there are some current offerings, with the same function, but look a little different. My guess/suggestion is that if you can't find exact duplicates, replace them all with the modern units and nobody but you (and me, of course) will ever know. :p

    Been There, Done That, Got The Tee Shirt! :wallbash:
    Gene
     
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    Laurent Brondel New Member

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    I didn't explore the web sites but I expect that they carry more than one size. Good luck with the search.
     

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