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Missing Grub Screws for Enertion Mounts - RE: Group Buy


#1

If your were apart of this group buy for mounts…

Are you missing the Grub screws to the mount?

  • YES - I’m missing the grub screw
  • NO - Grub Screws are there

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@themegak and I noticed I didn’t have grubs screws as well…Anyone else?


#2

I had no idea I was missing anything. Is it required?

My mount seems fine without it.


#3

I never use them either … I think they are useless lol but hey the holes are there lol

But he noticed


#4

On my mount one of the grub screw had its head stripped so I was like - whatever, this doesn’t matter. The mount would come loose after about 15-20 miles - it was a real pain in the ass and I kept having to re-adjust the mount, clean the screws and reapply loctite. This was especially the case if I braked hard. I’m heavier and using a monodrive so that may put additional stress on the mount.

I ended up drilling out the grub and just buying a new grub from Home Depot. The mount hasn’t needed shifted since I put in the new screw and it’s been around a week and a half of commuting for me so around 60-70 miles so far. Hopefully it stays that way.


#5

@EnertionSupport give us our grub screws or else!


#6

Mine didn’t come with grub screws but no worries, if I need them I’ll just go to the hardware store and get some.
Problem solved.
Doesn’t look like they’ll be necessary anyway.


#7

Wouldn’t a regular machine screw be better?

Anyone know the diameter?


#8

I was gonna maybe stop at Home Depot to go see what I could find…


#9

I like using the grub screw because without it I am basically relying on tension to hold my motor on the hanger. drilling a little notch into the hanger and lock tightening the grub screw into that makes me feel a lot more secure about the mount. if anyone finds out what the diameter of grub hole is please let us know as I can’t see enertion sending us grub screws anytime soon. Just frustrated because I purchased two of these mounts and have to go hunting for grub screws. SMH… Thanks @michaelinvegas for starting this thread, appreciate it. I’m sure someone will post a solution soon.


#10

the grub screw is not required for caliber trucks…


#11

The ones that worked for me were M4 - .7 x 12MM


#12

Thanks. If my mount starts to shift around I’ll just add these.


#13

Honestly the two main bolts are enough as long as theres thread locker and cranked down enough…

Always check your newly installed mount bolts before and after every ride … If you do find them loose, re-apply more thread locker and tighten them a little harder …

I always let the truck sit overnight after I thread lock them…so it dries …

That’s what I do


#14

What trucks are they required for?


#15

any truck that isnt caliber or enertion

…the original purpose of the set screws was so that people could have a mechanical means of securing the mount onto other various trucks… specifically rounded hangers.

the 2nd purpose for the tapped holes is for mounting accessories, like lights etc…


#16

@onloop [quote=“onloop, post:15, topic:8388”]
like lights
[/quote]

you’ve just open a door for @Michaelinvegas


#17

Hahahhaha too funny