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Old 12-04-2012, 09:00 PM
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What size bolts hold the slave cylinder onto the bellhousings? My local hardware store most likely will have it if I can figure out the size.

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I believe they are 7/16 -14. Do you have one to take to the store! Pull one from higher up on the bell housing and try it in the same hole, I think they are the same size, 7/16-14!
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It's not the same as the other bellhousing bolts. It's a finer thread then 14. I do not have a bolt to take to the store.

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I just buy all the ones that look similar. Longer, shorter and fine and coarse. The left-overs go in my coffee can of 'bolts about that size'. Over the years I continue to use up the 'strays' and I just can't keep myself in bolts. I know sometimes I waste 5 bucks doing this, but it's a 24 mile round trip to town, so anyways, it's just what I do.
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Talking Bolts

Most are 3/8 nc X 1 1/4 " long.


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According to my book, it is 7/16 x 14 x 1 3/8! p/n 20450-s b-106
IIWM like GB says I would pickup some fine and course thread 7/16 bolts of different lengths, you can never have enough nuts and bolts.
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It's not the same as the other bellhousing bolts. It's a finer thread then 14. I do not have a bolt to take to the store.

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Could be that the threads in the hole are damaged.
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