Join Date: Apr 2016
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
The bolt would though right?
The bolt already does... the misconception (assuming we are talking about the strut clamp bolt) is that the bolt hole is important... when in reality, it is only for positioning. When you tighten the bolt it causes the "tube", "collar", whatever you want to call it... to squeeze the strut and prevent movement, so yes the bolt prevents slippage, but it does that regardless. Rip the guide plate (the part you drill out) off and evrything still holds even though it isn't in the "hole".
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