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damunk

N90279001 hexagon collar nut

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damunk

Any one know where I can get 22 of these: 

N  90279001

hexagon collar nut

 

For camshaft bearing caps.

 

There are like £4 each on ebay = ouch

 

Unless I just use a nut and a washer?

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damunk

Some one can confirm pitch size N10045301 is same as N90279001

 

Both are M7. look good. have ordered 22 from that heritage site but they will confirm postage soon.

 

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kiran_182

Cant imagine vw changed for a different nut when they had one theyd been using for years but you never know

 

The 6n originally had an AAV engine at launch as its own wasnt ready so i imagine they used all existing nuts and bolts on the new casttings

 

Hopefully its what you need and may help some other people out too

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damunk

i looked at the pic , looks the same. if it is m7 then the pitch must be the same for that size of nut.

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damunk

little bit of a twist on the N10045301

 

A eBay suppler messages back with:

 

the replacement of N90279001 the part you are looking for, is the N 90279006
and not this.
we have 25 of N 90279006 it in stock and shipping/handling would be 7.95gbp

 

 

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Yeti

https://volkswagen.7zap.com/en/rdw/polo+derby+vento-ind/po/1996-158/1/103-103035/ item 13?

 

Assuming it's AFH. This page lists it as m7. So long as the washer is small enough to sit flat on the journal, you should be ok with a standard nut and a plain washer, although m7 is a bit of an odd size to find. The main difference is normally that the ones VAG used are a bit soft, so that they get damaged threads rather than stripping the stud in the head. 

 

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damunk

I thought about a washer and a nut but though safe way was to use a flanged nut.

 

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Yeti

That sounds a better option 

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