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Befuddled
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Hey guys,
I've been doing some searching for bolt/screw sizes, and have found references to Wayne Torman's "Screw List", but all of the download links are now invalid...

Does anyone know where this list may be located now?
 

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Befuddled
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Of course, seconds after posting this, i find it here (post #20).

It's in PDF format, but there was talk of a .xls version...
Does anyone still have that version available?
 

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Befuddled
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No. typically once a excel file is saved to PDF, the formatting is lost.

On a side note, does anyone know if the fastener kit listed HERE is still sold someplace?
 

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Bikini Inspector
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I see there is a zip file that is excel on that link. I took the list to my local fleet farm hardware store and spent half an hour finding it all.

Substituting stainless for some that are exposed to elements
 

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Über Genius
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Of course, seconds after posting this, i find it here (post #20).

It's in PDF format, but there was talk of a .xls version...
Does anyone still have that version available?
How bad do you want the XLS version? I happen to be a whiz with computers and spent about 55 seconds getting an XLS file.

I'm not, however, a opelgt.com website whiz and haven't spnt the time learnig how to upload an xls file.

I might play around with it a little.

View attachment screw_description_opels_mht_001.xls
 

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Befuddled
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I see there is a zip file that is excel on that link. I took the list to my local fleet farm hardware store and spent half an hour finding it all.

Substituting stainless for some that are exposed to elements
Wierd... I had found that one initially, but once downloaded, windows said it was an invalid file. seems to be working now :ugh:

How bad do you want the XLS version? I happen to be a whiz with computers and spent about 55 seconds getting an XLS file.

I'm not, however, a opelgt.com website whiz and haven't spnt the time learnig how to upload an xls file.

I might play around with it a little.

View attachment 58186
Thanks that's what i wanted.

PDF wouldv'e been ok, but i keep a binder in each car, with specific information for emergenies/maintenence, and it's nice to be able to change the formatting, to make adding notes cleaner.

Thanks for the help guys
 

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Befuddled
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The stainless Gt screw kit is still available on ebay: Opel GT 1 9 Miscellaneous Engine Underhood Kit Stainless | eBay
For future reference, the sellers name is: charger440rt
Cool, Thanks :)

How bad do you want the XLS version? I happen to be a whiz with computers and spent about 55 seconds getting an XLS file.

I'm not, however, a opelgt.com website whiz and haven't spnt the time learnig how to upload an xls file.

I might play around with it a little.

View attachment 58186
If you or anyone else is interested, i cleaned up the formatting, and added a few things that were missing, using the version in the .zip file.
 

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Über Genius
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Cool, Thanks :)



If you or anyone else is interested, i cleaned up the formatting, and added a few things that were missing, using the version in the .zip file.
Very nice!
 
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