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Follow the link. Select Inch, then select Stainless, then select the length (they go up to 20") then select the thread that you want...
Not sure what I am missing but it seems when I do that I cant find 7/16. only 3/8 which should work, but it only offers up to 6".
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try this place, if they don't have it they can get it.

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Not sure what I am missing but it seems when I do that I cant find 7/16. only 3/8 which should work, but it only offers up to 6".
Sorry, I was assuming that you wanted a stainless CAP SCREW.
If this would work for you, follow my instructions IN ORDER, and you'll get there. The clever use of Perl by McMaster-Carr prevents me from posting a direct link.
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Re: I'm having trouble finding hardware

The winch is countersunk so I would prefer to go with a counter sink bolt. I dont think there is room for a washer in there.
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Trdesman says they'll check around but doubts it. All they had were one inch.
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Jamestown Distributors has 5/16 18 thread fasteners on a piece by piece basis in both bronze and SS (304) at 8 inches length. Precious at 12-13 bucks per machine screw.
Yea, I dont want to go that small really. Would rather go up to a 3/8 in which they only go up to 4"
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Re: I'm having trouble finding hardware

Could you (would you want to) make some with a stainless all-thread rod?
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Try calling Fawcetts Marine in Annapolis. They bought Chesapeake Fastener and have always had what I was looking for and in small quantities. Good luck!
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Could you (would you want to) make some with a stainless all-thread rod?
Could, and would if I were working. All my tools are at the shop but a little akward going up there when I am laid off. I'm just going to chop off and inch off the block(I would rather them be lower anyway) and order 6 inch 3/8 from mcmaster. Appreciate the advice
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I'm just going to chop off and inch off the block(I would rather them be lower anyway) and order 6 inch 3/8 from mcmaster.
Probably stronger & cheaper to do that. How is the wood protected from the elements? I've seen butyl tape mentioned a lot recently; will it be part of your bedding process? Any photos?

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