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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-03-2018, 11:53 PM Thread Starter
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WTB: water pump bolts

Id like (3) of the 4 flange bolts that hold the WP on.

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Id like (3) of the 4 flange bolts that hold the WP on.
Just go buy some new bolts. A quick search and I found this. https://www.fastener-warehouse.com/H...p/18037564.htm

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Ive got some stainless hex head bolts and flat washers on there right now. Theyre ok but, I prefer OEM. I know thats nit picky.

The bolt in that link is all thread shaft. $ .50 is too cheap. Prob Chinese garbage.

I take my bolts seriously.

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I've got 3.
Paypal $20 and they will ship.
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maximus,
If you're looking for serious bolts of nothing but the best quality. None better here. https://www.arp-bolts.com/kits/ARPki...?RecordID=2716 I realize they are not OEM.

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I've got 3.
Paypal $20 and they will ship.
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Done. Thanks.

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I'll need your shipping address.
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Id like (3) of the 4 flange bolts that hold the WP on.
I have purchased aftermarket hardware not at all happy with those china crap bolts.

bolt dia/thread is smaller than OEM..
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I found grade 10, flanged black phosphate bolts at my local menards and lowes, (though my local Lowe's may have quit stocking that stuff). I bought one last year to replace the bolt/stud for the smog pump last time I had the water pump off. It hasn't shown any signs of corrosion, but the car also hasn't been driven much due to waiting for other repairs and upgrades.

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