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Torque converter bolts

Post  nuclearcobra on January 23rd 2012, 4:47 pm

is grade 5 fine or should they be grade 8 ? , the converter takes 3/8-24 bolts but didn't find them in grade 8.

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Re: Torque converter bolts

Post  richter69 on January 23rd 2012, 4:59 pm

I'd try to find some grade 8 stuff myself.

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Post  Race Ready Fabrications on January 23rd 2012, 6:13 pm

richter69 wrote:I'd try to find some grade 8 stuff myself.

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Post  nuclearcobra on January 23rd 2012, 7:37 pm

Thats what i was thinking too,they do take a hell of a beating. I just found out they have them at ace hardware.

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Post  ultimatelenny on January 24th 2012, 8:57 am

richter69 wrote:I'd try to find some grade 8 stuff myself.

If you can't find them there, try ARP

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Post  61coon on January 24th 2012, 11:18 am

Try McMaster-Carr.They have them. www.mcmaster.com

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Post  whitefield on January 24th 2012, 11:24 am

61coon wrote:Try McMaster-Carr.They have them. www.mcmaster.com
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I just checked it out and thats a cool site! Thats a Mans store right there! Cool

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Re: Torque converter bolts

Post  nuclearcobra on January 24th 2012, 11:48 am

ultimatelenny wrote:
richter69 wrote:I'd try to find some grade 8 stuff myself.

If you can't find them there, try ARP
Hey Lenny hows it going ? I'll be sending you the converter outta the big block for a restall soon, i need to get a few more runs on it and get it tuned with the right carb and timing so i can send you a accurate time slip along with my combo (o and a jar of pepper jelly too) Very Happy

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Re: Torque converter bolts

Post  ultimatelenny on January 24th 2012, 2:24 pm

nuclearcobra wrote:
ultimatelenny wrote:
richter69 wrote:I'd try to find some grade 8 stuff myself.

If you can't find them there, try ARP
Hey Lenny hows it going ? I'll be sending you the converter outta the big block for a restall soon, i need to get a few more runs on it and get it tuned with the right carb and timing so i can send you a accurate time slip along with my combo (o and a jar of pepper jelly too) Very Happy

Sounds great. The pepper jelly is the bomb.


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