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Head Bolt Hole Thread Size (Tap Size)   (Technical Discussion & Questions - by caleb_boyer, started: 11-18-2015, last post: 2015-11-18 21:21:52 CET)
I am working with an 86 with a 2.8. Got the car running, but realized it was leaking oil terribly, needed new valve seals, amongst other things. Upon placing the head bolts back in, one of them will start a few turns, but then gets hung up less than half way down. I ran PB blaster and a wire brush...
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88 outer tie rods. Thread size?   (Technical Discussion & Questions - by Raydar, started: 04-02-2017, last post: 2017-04-03 03:40:32 CEST)
The outer tie rod ends... What size tap / die? (88s, of course, are different, but the same size as the 4th gen F-body.)Thanks![This message has been edited by Raydar (edited 04-02-2017).]
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coolant pipe drain plug thread size.   (Technical Discussion & Questions - by AL87, started: 02-04-2014, last post: 2017-07-24 01:11:13 CEST)
wondering what the thread size is for the drain plugs.
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Bolt size and thread question alternator   (Technical Discussion & Questions - by thebigarniedog, started: 10-13-2015, last post: 2017-12-20 03:20:02 CET)
What is the size of the top bolt that holds the alternator onto the bracket on a 2.8 engine? and what is the thread style? Thanks
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Thread size for fuel pressure regulator bolts into fuel rail?   (Technical Discussion & Questions - by dremu, started: 03-14-2019, last post: 2019-03-18 16:00:14 CET)
Broke one of the tiny bolts (about an M4 or #6) holding down the FPR. I can drill it out, fill and re-tap the hole, but can't for the life of me figure the thread size. M4-.7 seems too big, and #6-32 too coarse (plus I'm thinking it should be metric.)Any takers?-- A[This message has been edited by...
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What size of the tap to chase the threads on the block for the cylinder heads   (Technical Discussion & Questions - by Zentaury, started: 06-19-2020, last post: 2020-06-19 21:56:33 CEST)
Hello, I am going to put back together my 1985 Fiero GT 2.8L.Before I had planned to rent a set of taps in the local store but due to the pandemic they are not renting for now.I have to buy the tap but I don’t want to choose the wrong one.I looked the FSM, Haynes and Chilton but they only tell...
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What size Thread ???   (Technical Discussion & Questions - by Lou6t4gto, started: 11-24-2015, last post: 2015-11-25 06:54:23 CET)
Wanting to put a "T" fitting in where the Oil Sender goes in, so I can have stock gauge AND mechanical. I went to True value, Ace hardware, advance auto and autozone. No One carries a brass "T" fittings bigger than 1/8 ! Can some one tell me What "size" the threaded part of the stock Oil...
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Thread size on exhaust manifoild bolts   (Technical Discussion & Questions - by wu-style, started: 05-02-2015, last post: 2015-05-03 18:30:42 CEST)
Whats the thread size on the exhaust manifoild bolts ? I have upgraded my manifoilds to bigger pipes, and now im having problems to tight the screws firewall side, so i need some new bolts whit torx or unbraco.
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Thread size on brake pedal brake light switch ?   (Technical Discussion & Questions - by ltlfrari, started: 08-27-2015, last post: 2019-06-15 19:40:58 CEST)
My brake light switch (part num D850a) has come out of the little clip that holds in place and does not seem to want to stay put when I put it back.Just in case I cannot fix the clip and/or get he switch to stay where it needs to be I was thinking of using a couple of jam nuts on the threaded part...
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Thread size of brake caliper banjo bolt??   (Technical Discussion & Questions - by Dennis LaGrua, started: 05-03-2018, last post: 2018-05-05 03:37:36 CEST)
Tried to fix a small leak at the banjo bolt on the rear caliper. Installed new copper crush washers and tightened gently. Bolt hole thread still stripped out. The caliper is in working condition so its now on to using a Helicoil kit but not sure of the banjo bolt thread size. Does anyone know what...
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