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Part Numbers for Air Box Screws

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    Part Numbers for Air Box Screws

    Would anyone know of the part numbers for the 4 screws and washers that hold the lower air box assembly on the Trans Am WS6? Mine are rusted and I would like to replace them.

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    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prime117 View Post
    Would anyone know of the part numbers for the 4 screws and washers that hold the lower air box assembly on the Trans Am WS6? Mine are rusted and I would like to replace them.

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    Chris
    The washers come with the screws, but I would't recommend buying them from GM. The replacment peices are a black screw/washer that rusts out even faster than the originals, ask me how I know

    Personally, I am going to go find some stainless screws/washers and use those instead.

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    Just take your current rusted bolts into a local parts store like pep boys, napa, auto zone, etc. They normally have a rack of nuts and bolts that should fix ya up. Make sure to get stainless steel so they will never rust out again.
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    You can also go to your local hardware store - they'll likely have more options and be cheaper (Menards, Loews, Home Depot, Ace Hardware, etc).
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    Thanks Guys,

    Everything I find at Lowes/Home Depot seem to be the right size, except they do not seem to thread right.

    I also found them on yofab.com if anyone else has trouble finding them.

    Chris

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