[Healeys] Cheese head screws

Richard Ewald richard.ewald at gmail.com
Sun Oct 2 10:23:42 MDT 2016

For what it's worth Jaguar used cheese head screws on XJ6s at least as late as 1985. 
One does not easily forget a service manual instruction "Remove the cheese head screw"
I think this was in the differential but that was more years ago than I care to recall. 
Hope this helps

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> On Oct 2, 2016, at 06:44, Michael Salter <michaelsalter at gmail.com> wrote:
> Slotted cheese head 10/32 screws were originally used in several places on  Healeys for securing such things as the overdrive solenoid, the shock absorber cover plates, headlight adjuster screws etc.
> I have searched extensively for such screws in any length and have been unable to source them anywhere.
> I realize that Fillister heads are readily available, and I have, in the past, resorted to machining their heads flat  but I would very much prefer to get the right heads if possible.
> 53K2636 seems to be the most commonly used original part number.
> Can anyone recommend a source..
> Thanks.
> Michael S
> BN1 #174 
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