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here is the hardware info for the wood bows & sides. my originals were all black hardware I hope this helps. good luck Mike

12     Carriage Bolts     1/4-20x11/4"L     Top Bow Wood Brackets
12     Square Head Nuts     1/4-20     Top Bow Wood Brackets
               
12     Carriage Bolts     1/4-20x21/2"L     Bow Brackets On Side Rails
12     Square Head Nuts     1/4-20     Bow Brackets On Side Rails
12     Flat Washer     1/4     Bow Brackets On Side Rails
               
6     Carriage Bolts     1/4-20x2"L     Top Horizontal Rail Hardware Rail
6     Carriage Bolts     1/4-20x21/4"L     Bottom Horizontal Rail Hardware Rail
12     Square Head Nuts     1/4-20     Top & Bottom Horizontal Rail Hardware Rail
12     Lockwashers Split     1/4     Top & Bottom Horizontal Rail Hardware Rail
12     Flat Washers     1/4     Top & Bottom Horizontal Rail Hardware Rail
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Here is the Bracket layout. Hope this helps. Mike
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Here are the wood measurements they are all oak. Mike
6 ea. Stakes 1 7//8" wide x 1 1/8" Thick x 20 1/4" High
4 ea. Side Rails 2 1/2" wide x 3/4" Thick x 68" Long
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42GPW, Thanks much for posting the information and pictures. I have been looking for the measurements for the wood stakes etc. This site is the greatess.
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42 GPW:

Thanks for posting that information.  I was really needing that but I'm a visual type of guy and not too mechanical inclined, you know what I mean.  Do you have pictures to go along with your dimensions/hardware.  That would help tremendously.

I know, what a rock, huh.  But sadly to say, I have to see things in order for me to have a clear picture of what I need done.  If you can and post some pictures, that would be swell.

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Hello Mike,
Thank you very much for the very useful post-full of information! A great place to start!Tongue The next challenge will be the metal brackets needed for the corner pieces... One step at the time! I might have to ask for help again..
 
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Joel is this what your looking for I hope these help Regards Mike
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42 GPW:

Yes, those pictures do help but I'm more interested in seeing how the whole setup goes together.  The horizontal slats and the vertical poles.  That sort of thing.  You have pictures of that?

That would  help me tremendously.

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Joel,
Have you studied the information posted on Art's Bantam Trailer site?
 
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Joel Currently I don't have everything back together I'm still striping paint off the pcs. If you go to the Trailer home page where the gallery with data plates are & look mine up 10599 you will see it all put together you can also see the carriage bolt heads as well Maybe that will help you until I've got everything back together & finished. Mike
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Joel I got everything back together I hope these will Help Mike
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For those of you who still need bows for your Bantam, I will be at the Rhinebeck, NY swap meet on Saturday, May 3 and can bring any number of sets.  Just drop me a line....  I will be at booth number Y1 (behind the grandstand). Here is your chance to save a bundle on shipping...

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Frank,

Are you still making bows, or do you have a set in stock? I have all the hardware, and have made up the sides, but do need the curved top ones.

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yes, I have them in stock.  PM sent.
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I know this is several relays old, but I just got a trailer and interested if they are still available?
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