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Needed screw for Gear 8mm shaft

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Posted · Needed screw for Gear 8mm shaft

I was adding my new cooling fan this week when i noticed, the small screw that goes into the 8mm gear shaft and allows you too tighten and position the alumium wheel on the shaft is missing.

I looked every where and cant find it.

Does anyone have a extra ??

I dont want to buy a full pully back when I only need this little screw ?

I hope some one can help me.

thanks.

Ian :D

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Posted · Needed screw for Gear 8mm shaft

Ikea has these screws. I think they are in their curtain rails, but you could also check their lamps, as there is a big chance for one of these screws to be in there.

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Posted · Needed screw for Gear 8mm shaft

thanks a million for your help !

i just bought the 25 pack on ebay.

thanks a million.

Ian

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