These are a set of Engine Plate Studs in Stainless Steel made to fit a T110 engine into a wideline Norton frame using 10mm thick engine plates. They consist of the three front studs, two pass through the crankcase and one fixes the front plates to the frame. There are three to hold the rear of the crankcase to the rear plates. Another is supplied for the gearbox lower pivot. There are six bolts, nuts and washers to hold the rear plates to the frame. All parts have Cycle threads the same as all British bikes of this period and come with all nuts and washers required for the job. The studs have radiused ends which you can easily polish for a show winning finish and the nuts are semi polished so that you can either polish them or sandblast them for the cadium look. The six bolts supplied have radiused tops which look better than flat topped bolts. As far as we know these will also fit the slimline frame plus T120 and Thunderbird engines.