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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-16-2017, 04:24 AM Thread Starter
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Plenum bolts

Anyone know where I could get the 6 plenum bolts or anyone have them for sale on here
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They're M6x1.0 so if you measure the lengths you need, you can use any bolts for them. IIRC 5 are the same length and 1 is extra long.
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I bought the proper size bolts at my local ACE Hardware. I wanted allen head bolts as they are easier to work with with the JLP plenum. Nice thing is ACE has them in whatever finish you could want, normal, black, polished or chrome. I buy the chrome ones.

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If only I had the original ones to measure lol the guy who ported my supercharger can't find them
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PM sent. I have a brand new set from Ford just sitting in a box.
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Any one know the bolt size of the longer one read the other ones are m6-1.0x25
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Get a JLP sheet metal plenum and you won't have to worry about that longer one. IT doesn't use that fastener.

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I bought a c&l and sent it along with my blower to get ported. But the guy lost my bolts
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Any one know the bolt size of the longer one read the other ones are m6-1.0x25
Go to ACE Hardware and buy the longest Grade 8 one they have. Screw it in to figure the length. Measure the bolt the other direction. Cut the bolt where necessary.

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