Windsor is part of Eastman Group, Founded in early 1996 with the desire to make available world class aftermarket auto parts & fasteners that are produced in India. Our target, though difficult, was clearly defined. For any requirement from abroad our target was to achieve the quality, finish and packaging standard of the best brand available in that particular market. We transcripted the product though metallurgy, manufacturing process, treatment etc. to withstand the physical tests necessary for each item. We supplemented the product with finest detailing. All this to Give the product our name 'WINDSOR', yet at affordable price of aftermarket. The results were gratifying. In a short span of time our products have been acknowledged as of the highest quality coming out of India and indeed not very short of the world's best brands. Our efforts are to make a range between expensive original parts and cheap aftermarket parts.
To drill a banjo bolt start by drilling a very shallow hole almost on one of the corners. Next rotate the bolt 30 degrees and drill a slightly deeper hole. Finally one more 30 degree turn. In this example we will assume you want to wire two bolts and a banjo fitting together. First measure the distance between all the mounting points. No point should be more than 5" apart and the total distance should be under 20". In this example all 3 points are 3" total. Take the total distance and multiply it by 3 to get the length of wire you. So in our example I started with 9" of wire. Start by threading the wire through first bolt and bending it back on itself in the middle as shown below.