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Post  Kobelco January 13th 2022, 10:06 am

For replacement front covers that have 5/15 threaded holes at the ends anyone have a source where the stepped stud has 1/2" + longer 1/4 shank?

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Post  rmcomprandy January 13th 2022, 11:36 am

Kobelco wrote:For replacement front covers that have 5/15 threaded holes at the ends anyone have a source where the stepped stud has 1/2" + longer 1/4 shank?

Thread those corner holes for a 1/4-20 heli-coil.

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Post  Paul Kane January 13th 2022, 3:28 pm

Kobelco wrote:For replacement front covers that have 5/15 threaded holes at the ends anyone have a source where the stepped stud has 1/2" + longer 1/4 shank?
We have these 5/16-18 to 1/4-28 studs:

front oil pan stepped stud - longer Steppe10

front oil pan stepped stud - longer Steppe12

They are ~1.40" in overall length, and the 1/4-inch threaded section is 1.00" long.  They cannot be simply threaded in by hand and do require some effort via (for example) two nuts jammed together on the 1/4" section and then driven into the timing cover with oil and a ratchet, etc.

4 pieces $22 shipped, call directly to order
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Post  gt350hr January 13th 2022, 7:08 pm

I did like Randy did and used two helicoils because I am using the factory load spreaders that are made for the 1/4" bolts.

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