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Exhaust Manifold Double-Ended Mounting Bolts


Basilius

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I need to replace the two double-ended M10 mounting bolts from my exhaust manifold, but I can't find a part number or replacement bolts. Does anyone where to buy replacement bolts, or has anyone come up with a different solution for replacing these bolts?
 

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Those are not bolts, they are exhaust manifold studs.......as long as the cyl head end matches the thread dia & pitch one can select the stud & nut they choose

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I need to replace the two double-ended M10 mounting bolts from my exhaust manifold, but I can't find a part number or replacement bolts. Does anyone where to buy replacement bolts, or has anyone come up with a different solution for replacing these bolts?


Did you every figure out what stud or bolt to use for the exhaust manifold? Specifically the double ended m10xm8 one? Thank you in advance been a bitch trying to find them.
 

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That would be either a dealership item or custom made at somewhere like Fastenal What goes on the M8 side? Can it be made to fit M10? Then you could use a regular hardware store stud.
 

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