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Engine stand bolts

Anyone happen to know what the size / length bolts I need for a 2000 GT engine to put it on an engine stand? I realize they have to be the same size as the transmission bolts, however, what size and length are they so I can go get four of them.

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I found the stock main cap bolts (larger ones) work great. You should replace them with ARP studs anyway Right?

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post #4 of 4 Old 05-07-2002, 09:13 AM
 
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They are 10mm bolts. I have found that the required length depends on the particular engine stand.
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