are these suppost to be rivets if so all of them and how to put in.
They are supposed to be rivets, but I'm not the guy to explain how to do it. There are several fellows on this forum who have done it and I'm sure they will be glad explain it to you.
Hopefully the holes aint been drilled out for the bolts to fit. I discovered that the Metric bolt that is just above the 5/1ths will fit in the hole SNUG.This means you can assemble it with those and remove 1 at the time for rivots and it be lined up.IF the holes have been drilled,well,just have to measure and get the next size up rivot as the stock size wont work.
You will need a rivet gun and two sizes of rivet set. 5/16" and 1/4". I got mine used on Ebay for $40.
You will need a means to heat the steel rivets red hot. I use an oxy / acetylene torch. You could also use a gas flame from a Bunsen burner, or perhaps a kiln. There are probably other ways to get steel red hot.
You will need a piece of steel that is heavy (2 - 3 pounds) and small enough to fit in where the tails of the rivets are. I got a piece of railroad track about 2" long that works well from a scrap yard for a dollar.
If you want the tails to be round like the heads you need a squeeze set the same size as the rivet set. A complete set is about $20. They slip into a hole drilled in the bucking bar.
You will need a friend to buck the rivets or shoot them. The rivet is inserted in the hole, and then the end that is bucked is heated red hot. When it is hot the bucking bar is placed against the rivet, and you pull the trigger on the rivet gun for a couple hits. It is extremely easy to do once you have the right stuff for the job.
Rivets are here:
You can buy rivet guns and sets from Big Flats, but they are cheaper on eBay or from here:
sounds good going to order tools.
Here's a thread on how to do it with steve Jelf's excellent photos: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/331880/344478.html?1362178619