“Replace em once for good. 100% Guaranteed.”
At JeepBolts.com we deal with customers, contractors, and mechanic shops WorldWide. JB bolts have been tested under some of the most extreme conditions from New England to Singapore. We have shipped our bolts to dozens of countries with some of the best reviews on the web. When we get customers telling us how pleased they are with our bolts in different languages, we can’t help but feel some sense of pride. Most packages in the USA arrive within 3-4 days; while packages shipped WorldWide usually take 7-14 days.
We are based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Every bolt order is hand packaged and shipped from the Rocky Mountain Front Range with your name on it.
JeepBolts has been in business for almost 20 years. Most of us have been working on cars for almost 40 years. When you do what you love you don’t really notice time passing. We started with replacing bolts on CJs then just kept going as every other model rolled out – YJ – TJ – JK – XJ and so on. The owner Jon only took to selling JB bolts online back in 2000 on numerous marketplaces, so almost 20 years ago. What you’re currently is seeing is the result of great success due to a superior product with amazing customer service.
Why are the prices a little higher at JeepBolts.com? It took us years and hundreds of bolts before we were satisfied with what we were installing. It’s because we sell 18-8 Hardened Corrosion/Rust Proof Stainless Steel.
Cheap bolts, like Black-Oxide (most black bolts), Chrome, Zinc, and Automotive Grade, can usually be purchased for a few pennies at a local hardware store and are sold at some other online vendors. Most of us remember when we went to a place that specializes in bolts and found Black-Oxide. We thought we struck gold because they were 15 cents each. 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 Jeeps 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. They need more depth to grab the bolt head surface and cannot 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?
These bolts are countersunk identical to the OEM bolts so they will seat completely flush.
BEWARE: There are many bolts for sale out there. Black oxide (black bolts), chrome, and zinc/zinc plated are NOT rust and corrosion proof. Painting black oxide, chrome, and zinc does NOT make them rust and corrosion proof. Keep this in mind when shopping for replacement bolts. Black oxide, chrome, and zinc plate, once they begin to rust and it gets into the threading of the bolt holes, it eats away at the tub. If you are going to purchase those slightly less expensive bolts, might want to hold onto the receipt for about 2-3 months and watch for signs of corrosion.
Check out our 100% Guarantee at the bottom of the page. It took tons of trial and error to find bolts that work well enough where we knew people would be pleasantly surprised. He knew he had found a great product when the reviews started pouring in and they were outstanding. The majority of the bolts are countersunk just like OEM so they seat flush. We stayed away from torx because no matter what material we used the walls seemed to strip out easier. With the hex head ones they were more expensive but have had less than 1 of 1000 bolts strip. Should you have any further questions please head to our contact us page.