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I Am Addicted to Belmetric

Be careful when you order from Belmetric before you know it you will be ordering every fastener you think you might need.

I also like their packaging and labeling.

Here is what came in the mail today... Black interior finish screws & washers and speed clips...








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I would recommend checking into recovery and a couple of two day follow-ups. Don’t take them internally!
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Belmetric is the best!
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Absolutely nuts.

And yes, nice quality.
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Oh and just to clarify, I did not need any of the speed clips, screws or washers right now. I'm assuming I will need them in the future...
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+1 on BelMetric
Great online site and quick delivery as well. You can find virtually every piece of hardware you might need
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now you need a screwdriver addiction




I suggest PB Swiss
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They are a metric McMaster-Carr so yes I understand the addiction.
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now you need a screwdriver addiction




I suggest PB Swiss
Unfortunately, I also have this problem...

here are SOME of my screwdrivers...

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Just to add to the OCDness I would get one of those parts trays and put those in their own slot, peel the stickers and put them on the corresponding bin, along with notes as to where they go...
And there’s the rabbit hole
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Thumbs up Screwed

You can fit more in that drawer ...


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It can happen to anyone.
I had a BelMetric addiction.
It started with a washer, then it was 10 washers and one nut.
Then it was just give me what can get here Tuesday.
I’ve been clean since getting my car back on the road.
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Well I do have to meet the $100 threshold to qualify for free shipping...
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Have never used them, but will definitely check them out.

I went the other route - built my own chem stripping line to clean/recover used fasteners and parts and then had them re-plated at a local shop. Not sure which is worse...
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I just placed my first order. lost the M18 x 1.5 nut for the bosch alternator. could not find anywhere locally.
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Oh, Lord. I may become addicted, too.
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I don’t know about addiction, but I am seriously in love 🥰

They’re so good, I wish they sold more imperial stuff for my non-P-Car projects.
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The Belmetric guys are friends of mine and they are a very nice family operation.
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Maybe we should start a 12 step program

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