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engine bolt size

Post by highlander00 » Fri Apr 24, 2020 12:04 pm

98 S70engine. Which bolts should I use to put this on an engine stand and I don't have the original bolts. Engine mount arm has a 2 inch depth. It looks like there are 2 different bolt size on the engine. There are 3 bolt holes at the top that are the same size (M10) then the rest are a bigger size M12 probably but I haven't got the right threads for M12s that I have.
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Re: engine bolt size

Post by rspi » Fri Apr 24, 2020 9:28 pm

I picked up bolts and nuts from the hardware store.
'95 855 T-5R M, Panther - 22/28 mpg
'98 S70 GLT, Lil' Red 25/32 mpg
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