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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-23-2009, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
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Question Engine cradle bolts.

I'm going to be replacing the cradle bushings and after reading the poly bushing threads i anticipate the bolts being garbage and possibly the welds on the nuts breaking loose so i would like to have new bolts and nuts in the event that anything gos wrong before i start the job.
i don't want to pay the stealership what they want for them.
Engine cradle bolt part# 6502812.
price per $7.14.
price set $28.56.

so does anybody know what the thread size is for the bolts?

thanks allot guys Ty.
P.S. i will be getting the poly bushings.
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I think those bolts are pretty specialized. Like the length, pitch, and definitely grade would be difficult to find with a bolt that big. Probably wouldnt be a bad idea to grab a spare or two at the yard.
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As long as i use a Metric standard bolt class 10.9 bolt i will be fine i just need the length diameter and thread pitch.
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If you find any, let me know also. as my bushings are about done also.
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Did you check with the guy at the poly bushings website? I think I remember him saying he had spares for sale, although not sure if there are any left.
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the bolts are high grade you should be fine, i have done 4 sets of them and haven't sheard off one.
but i have seen if you use a air impact wrench you can break off the welds on the nuts. use a long
breaker bar and do it by hand it's alot more work but worth it in the long run.
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MM size

just found out what the size is for the bolts.
now the question is should i tell you?
now normally im not like this any more but iv had ah couple drinks and im in the mood
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Ok fine nobody will bite be that way lol.
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