I seem to be having an attack of oldtimers today. I don't recall where I got them. 5/16-24 x 3/4.
Yup! What Stan said
Of course! I wasn't thinking rear axle.
Your camera takes great macro shots! Whadja do? Set it down? I wiggle so bad...
Hmmm, your bolts are threaded further up than Dallas' bolts, have rounded ends and have a lot of wear marks/nicks on the heads and the threads on that one on the right look a bit "iffy"...
OK, different time frames/makers for the bolts...
Those bolts were all turned down, threaded and parted off with lathes. Mmmmm, machines. Mmmmm. :-)
Eh hem. They didn't do much head/thread forming back then did they? I'm back to Earth now. Whew.
I got nothin'
I just ain't buying it. What you got up your sleeve? ONE cryptic post from you on another thread... :-)
Naughty yellow speedster with 3 to 1's?
Just ribbin' ya.
Duey, I noticed the same thing. Was wondering if it was different years also. If you notice the one bolt with rust on it in my pic is the same as Steves.
I removed one bolt from a ring gear and it is an exact match
I took apart a bunch of rear axles, mining for parts. I have no idea what year these are, but I expect the details vary by year and/or by supplier.
My minor special project is an experiment involving a Ford factory method. Pictures in a week or two, I hope.
That close-up of the capscrews is cropped. Here's the uncropped version.
And yes, I have to use a tripod for stuff like that or I'd blur it for sure.