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PT cruiser crossmember bolts: need pictures

 
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Old 19 Mar 2017, 09:41 pm
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Default PT cruiser crossmember bolts: need pictures

Well, after disassembling my crossmember I failed to put the bolts in a container together and I believe I've found them but I need to know which ones go where. If anyone has pictures of all the bolts or pictures of the crossmember installed that would be a huge help. Thank you.
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Old 19 Mar 2017, 10:09 pm
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Default Re: PT cruiser crossmember bolts: need pictures

If you are talking about the crossmember to body bolts, then I believe there are three lengths. The medium ones are in the furthest back. The longest are the next ones towards the front and go through the LCAs, and the shortest ones with nuts go in the front.
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Default Re: PT cruiser crossmember bolts: need pictures

old school ....
Grab a bolt stuff it in a hole if it wants to thread in and you have roughly
3/4 to 1 1/2 of thread showing when you start to thread it in the hole you have a winner .......move on to the next bolt/hole
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