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 Posted: Mon Oct 30th, 2017 12:10 am
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Well, Im almost done getting the 91 back up and running. 
since I snapped a couple exhaust bolts, I am looking for replacements.

http://www.therangerstation.com/forums/showthread.php?t=58589

according to the linked thread, the bolt size is 8mm x 1.25

The matching ARP Bolt 761-1001

I *think* this is the matching Dorman Bolt

Dorman Bolt

If anyone can verify these numbers are correct, that would make my day. 



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You snapped them off in the exhaust manifold from the down pipe or manifold to head or??

Not sure of the size on a 91



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Manifold to Head

They were studs and as the heads were going to the machine shop anyways, I wasn't too worried about getting them out (even more so as the heads were completely replaced).

So now I am 2 bolts/studs short getting the exhaust manifolds back on the car...

This is actually the only piece holding me back from starting the truck.



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You should be able to run up to the local hardware store to insure they are M8X1.25, just lay an existing stud against a bolt from their bin.

I myself like socket heads. Always grade 8 if steel, plus I own a large array of allen sockets and wrenches.



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I have to take a couple bolts and have the thread confirmed.



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Or you could just drill out te threads in the exhaust manifold where the pipe studs would thread in & use nuts & bolts.



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Well, I can comfirm that the Dorman kit is 5 of the 10 bolts. You will need 5 short and 5 long bolts.



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https://www.dormanproducts.com/p-32417-459-470.aspx?origin=keyword

https://www.dormanproducts.com/p-73621-03413.aspx?origin=keyword

5 of each of those, if anyone is looking for replacement Bolts. Dorman also makes correct size studs as well. Remember the Anti-Sieze when installing Exhaust Bolts!!



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