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Old 12-19-2003, 00:55   #1 (permalink)
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as i bought a bare block to start my engine build, i have no external bolts for accessories etc. is there somewhere that will tell me what size, thread they are? bolts like sump intake manifold exhaust manifold front cover etc.
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Dunno if it helps, but in the US, you can buy bolt kits containing all the right sizes, etc... but it might be cheaper to buy a stuffed clevo, and pinch the bolts from that.
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yeah ive seen them kits, around $200 in black oxide from a speed shop. ive seen a stainless set once on ebay for $90 but was too stupid to bid!!
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Rare Spares...have em!!
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Re: engine bolts and stuff

All bolts will be UNC. They will range from 5/16 through to 1/2 inch. You can either go to a wrecker and get a full set nice and cheap or simply buy the sets. These sets can be bought as head bolts, big end bolts and main bearing bolts from ARP ( recommend these ones) and the others namely water pump, inlet manifold and exhaust can be bought new but cheaper than the ARP's along with the sump and rocker cover bolts.
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Or try one of the major hardware shops, dunno what you have over there but I get bolts from Rudd's Farm supplies for a few cents each - just borrow some bolts and go hunting :)
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I'd buy stud kits for the mains and head bolts. Grab the rest from a wrecker.

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