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Old 12-17-2010, 11:55 AM   #1
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Transmission bellhousing bolts

I'm missing two bolts from the bottom of the bellhousing. I've went to ford and they showed me on paper the two bolts but it dont show any part numbers or anything. Ive added pic of them the last pic shows the gap that is there since the two bolts r missing. If makes an annoying sound two. I was wondering if anyone would know were I'd be able to get these. I check ford and local performance shops. Ow and I bought my 05 gt from a dodge dealership so no wonder it's missing stuff
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Old 12-17-2010, 12:27 PM   #2
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Re: Transmission bellhousing bolts

Yeah most of the time people don't put them back in because they're not important. They are a metric thread and you could buy some at a hardware store if you can find out the thread size. They are 10mm bolt heads most of the time but have seen 8mm ones there also, if that helps.
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Yeah most of the time people don't put them back in because they're not important. They are a metric thread and you could buy some at a hardware store if you can find out the thread size. They are 10mm bolt heads most of the time but have seen 8mm ones there also, if that helps.
Thanks if anything I'll just buy a couple with deferent thread sizes
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K so i went to home depot and got a 10 mm-1 5 by 20mm bolt and it work perfectly.
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