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IMHO, I suggest sourcing used original threaded fasteners and refurbishing them if not corroded beyond help. German metallurgy is probably better than shiny fasteners sourced from ??. Every one of those used 911 fasteners has a place in your ride as opposed to generic kit bolt lengths that don't apply, and who needs split lock washers in quantity?

Some DIY soaking, degreasing/wire brushing, elbow grease and a large batch to the local plater might be cheaper (?). Yes, maybe half the cost and more rewarding than buying pre-made kits and fasteners in low quantities. And that's factoring in the cost of washers to amortize the kit cost.

Old school in this regard.
Sherwood
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