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Remington 90T Stock Bolt ?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by SF SGM, Mar 7, 2012.

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  1. SF SGM

    SF SGM Member

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    Just wondering if anyone could please tell the size of a 90T stock bolt??? Trying to get the stock off so I can have it cerakoted..

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    Van
     
  2. alfermann66

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    Allen 3/16".

    Buz
     
  3. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    buz is right on but you may need a t handle for torque. I could not get mine off with the Rem tool so I did it with a 3/16 allen socket, long ext and t handle ( Rem loctited some of the screws and I dont know on the stock bolt but the trigger screw ( for removal) is loctited.
     
  4. SF SGM

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    Thanks guys for the info.. I will try the 3/16th Allen socket and hopefully will be able to get it out..

    Van
     
  5. Recoil Sissy

    Recoil Sissy Well-Known Member

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    Van:

    If you have a 90-T, sooner or later you'll need to know what follows. It was provided by Doug Braker* last November in a response to the question you just asked.

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    The hex bolt in the stock is a 3/16" wrench.

    The smaller wrench for the trigger housing and adjustable stocks is 3/32".

    The wrench size for the forend shoe, pivot screw of the adjustable rib, and the rear trigger guard screw is 5/64"

    The size for the out-of-battery screw in the trigger housing is 1/16"

    The smallest wrench needed is .050". This is needed for all of the small 4-40 set screws.

    Doug

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    *For those that aren't aware, Mr. Braker posts on ts.c as GunDr. He is THE go to guy for all things related to 90-T's. He does a darn fine job of general gunsmithing as well.

    sissy
     
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    I also second Mr Gun. Hes done work on my 90T. I was very pleased. Dave Bishop
     
  7. cubancigar2000

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    Nice post sissy. I am a new 90T owner and I saw that once upon a time but could not find it. The only question I have is this. I only have one screw in the trigger guard and it is at the rear. If I take it out the trigger comes out. Where is this other screw???
     
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    You only get two wrenchs for the 90T. One for the trigger screw and one for the stock bolt.
     
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    never had a stock cerakoated, how does that work. Jack
     
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    Van, what days you going to the State shoot? See Ya there!


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  11. SF SGM

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    Watso,
    I am going down on Tuesday but I don't think I will shoot all of the prelims.. 300 a day for several days is just getting too much for me.. Think I will just one or two per day in the prelims and rest up for the weekend.. I will shoot in the handicap on Friday, first time I ever shot in an event named after me..

    As far as the cerakote goes, guess it does read like I am having the stock coated but only having the revceiver, trigger and barrel done. Just got my 3200 back today and it turned out really nice..

    Van
     
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    The 3/32" also works in the adjustable rib set screws...

    Jay
     
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