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04-04-2013 02:50 PM
zardiw Answered my own question.......anyway....turns out I didn't misplace the 18th was attached to the rooser comb spring in a baggie.....

What I DID do though is grind a little off the bottom corners of that bolt so it would seat square.

04-04-2013 02:18 PM
T-350 Valve Body Bolt Question

The book says 18 bolts......I only got 17 but I might have misplaced one while making the 2 studs to put it on.

Now there is one open spot.......and it shows threads in the case.......BUT the casting would prevent nice flat seating of the bolt head.

Any advice/info on this......I COULD get a thin washer that would mold to that casting bump:

Don't remember if there were 17 or 18 bolts when I took it apart.....


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