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View Poll Results: What Size Hood Stack First?
7" Applications 14 14.58%
6" Applications 35 36.46%
5" Applications 6 6.25%
Just 6" and 7" Applications 33 34.38%
ALL 3 Diameters 12 12.50%
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Old 02-03-2010, 02:08 PM   #21
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If you could countersink the holes in the mounting ring (assuming the mounting flange is thick enough) that would look the cleanest IMO.
Yes it can be countersunk, and are looking at torque-head type screws/bolts.
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Old 02-03-2010, 02:39 PM   #22
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Yeah that would be clean looking, im ready to order a kit.
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Old 02-03-2010, 05:09 PM   #23
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Yes it can be countersunk, and are looking at torque-head type screws/bolts.
Do you mean torx?

I would suggest allen, but that is just my preference.
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Old 02-03-2010, 08:09 PM   #24
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Do you mean torx?

I would suggest allen, but that is just my preference.
yeah I mean torx (star key)...sorry, was in work mode when I typed that up. Only problem with allen is that we can not find them in the specks we need for this application. The only way to get an allen style is if we go to a button head type look.
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Old 02-03-2010, 08:18 PM   #25
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yeah I mean torx (star key)...sorry, was in work mode when I typed that up. Only problem with allen is that we can not find them in the specks we need for this application. The only way to get an allen style is if we go to a button head type look.
Check out these guys: Totally Stainless. They have countersunk screws of the allen-type.

I think you are using a stainless ring, so their stuff will work well with that. Not trying to push it on you guys - just letting you know that there are other options out there than torx. They are in Gettysburg, PA so they are relatively close too.

Torx is a "four-letter word" in my book.
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6 or 7" would be great. 5" too small
 
Old 02-04-2010, 06:49 AM   #27
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Check out these guys: Totally Stainless. They have countersunk screws of the allen-type.

I think you are using a stainless ring, so their stuff will work well with that. Not trying to push it on you guys - just letting you know that there are other options out there than torx. They are in Gettysburg, PA so they are relatively close too.

Torx is a "four-letter word" in my book.
Thanks, I'll give them a look over. The problem we had trying to find an allen type countersunk screw is that the material thickness of the ring. I will keep looking though until I find what we are looking for! Thanks again for the link.
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