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This is a discussion on Bolts within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Does anyone know of a company that makes bolt kits for F-Bodies? I started to remove my engine last night ...

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    Does anyone know of a company that makes bolt kits for F-Bodies? I started to remove my engine last night and my exhaust bolts literally turned into dust when they fell to the floor I know a lot of companies make full bolt kits for bikes but I was unsure of it when it came to cars.

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    ARP, but they are on the expensive side

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    Yeah ARP is expensive but worth every penny IMO

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    Also if it's just a standard accessory fastener, find out the thread pitch, gauranteed they're metric, go to Fastenal and order a set of flange bolts in the sizes you need. They're good quality bolts for cheap

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redphoenix1998 View Post
    Also if it's just a standard accessory fastener, find out the thread pitch, gauranteed they're metric, go to Fastenal and order a set of flange bolts in the sizes you need. They're good quality bolts for cheap
    that's terrible, I've hauled lots of loads for them and I still completely forgot about Fastenal lol

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