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Old 24 Jun 2014, 03:28 pm
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Default Broken motor mount bolt

Anyone know where i can get a replacement motor mount bolt? My lower passenger side sheered.
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Old 24 Jun 2014, 03:58 pm
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Default Re: Broken motor mount bolt

Originally Posted by madeupofwires View Post
Anyone know where i can get a replacement motor mount bolt? My lower passenger side sheered.
mine came from the hardware store. metric grade 8.8, not as strong as the 10.9 grade bolt, but it was cheap and easy and has not broken, going on a year now.

i went this route because i sheared the top bolt on mine twice. once was the factory bolt and one was a lower control arm bolt from a mustang. the hardware store cheapy has not broken and i am *very* likely much more abusive to my car than you are to yours. i powershift, downshift, shift without the clutch, etc.

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