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Default Side step bolts

Just bought some second hand side steps to go on my pov pack NW. I’ve tried to find the answer online, but have come up empty. Anyone happen to know what size nuts and bolts I need to attach it to the chassis? From the handy Russian website, it looks as though I need 7 bolts and one nut. It has the torque settings, but not the bolt details unfortunately.

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Had a look at Partsouq.com for you to get bolt sizes. If you go the the site and put in your VIN or search for a Pajero of same year with sidesteps it will bring up all the parts for the car.

You need the below for both sides. I've included part numbers and pics to assist.

6 ◊ MS240145 bolts, M8 20mm length (alternative part number MS240158)
8 ◊ MF911641 bolts, M10 25mm length (alternative part number MN142373)
2 ◊ MS440503 nut, M8 (alternative part number MS440134)
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Thanks mate, youíre a legend. Thanks heaps for the info.
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try and get stainless steel last longer
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Cheers for the advice.
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Stainless steel bolts will last longer for sure, but if there is a corrosive environment, the threads in the chassis will corrode in preference to the bolts. If this is the case, you are better to use regular cadmium plated or galvanised bolts. Noting your Canberra location, this should not be a corrosive environment, unless you regularly travel to the snow where they salt the roads.
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Thanks erad, you know this is a good forum when total strangers go out of their way to look after each other. I think Iíll go with gal nuts and bolts as going to the snow is highly likely.
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Also since the bolt holes may have a bit of crap in them, I'd give them a clean out with some spray, WD40 or something similar and use another bolt to screw in and out a few times to clean as much as possible.
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Just a heads up. Take the bolt sizes to a good nut and bolt supplier and get high tensile ( 8.8) bolts and nylocks for them. Stainless steel is not high tensile unless you have very deep pockets. After you have fitted it all up give the bolts a spray with CRC Softseal which is a great corrosion protector. The best way to clean out threads is to chase them through with an appropriate sized tap and a bit of WD40 or similar.


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