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Old 08-03-2012, 09:30 PM
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Flywheel Cover bolts

I found a flywheel cover on eBay but it didn't come with the bolts. Does anyone know the specs(size) for these 6 bolts? Or where they might be available from?


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Hey Partner, i'm in S.C., I think they're 3/8-24, and really short- around 3/4", I'll check tomorrow- my cover is still off
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Hey partner, they're 5/16-18 thread, 3/4" long what are ya doin to the truck these days?
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correction- they're 1/2" long
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Thanks hosss....I'll see if I can find some. I've got a looooooooong list of things to do with my truck......get the guages working, seat recovered, headliner, floormat or carpet, firewall cover, get dome light working, adjust the headlight aim, etc, etc. And eventually replace all the brake lines, steering parts, etc etc. There's a lot of other stuff....that's all that I can think of off the top of my head, lol.
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Sounds like the regular stuff, just take it one job at a time- I just unfroze all 4 wheel cylinders sat., my 60 f250 was a North Dakota farm truck and I really think the old guy just let the fronts sieze up, and braked w/ the rears- they were down to scrapping bad grooves in the hubs, while the front shoes looked new, but cylinders were froze. still can't figure it out. When we got her home the truck had no lighting anywhere, but after beatin/bangin alittle, all lights are working- just fyi. let me know if you need any info- I bought the shop manual- can scan you some info if needed
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