JK Wrangler Jeep Bolts

   
Why is the price a little higher at JeepBolts.com? It took us years and hundreds of bolts before we were satisfied with what we were installing.
  
Cheap bolts, like Black-Oxide, Chrome, and Zinc, can usually be purchased for a few pennies at a local hardware store. Most of us remember when we went to a place that specializes in bolts and found Black-Oxide (black bolts). We thought we struck gold because they were 15 cents a piece. After about 3 months though they all began to oxidize on the surface and discolor. We also used to automatically think torx bolts because they were the stock style. 
  
That's when we realized this...
  
Torx/Star bolts on Wranglers strip easily because of how shallow they are. Torx bits get narrower from the beginning of the bit to the end, similar to a drill bit. Torx bits need more depth to grab the bolt head surface and can not properly accomplish this on a flat bolt. Hex/Allen head bolts do not have the same issue because the 5 sided socket walls are the same width all the way down. The solution is replacing old style Torx/Star head bolts with Hex/Allen head bolts. Why put the same bolt back on your Jeep that is notorious for stripping?

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