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03-24-2008 10:30 AM
fiscus The size of the bolt head doesn't always correspond to the diameter of the bolt threads. A 7/16" bolt has threads with a diameter of 7/16", the head can be any size.
03-23-2008 06:23 PM
Lee in Texas Thanks, guys. I'll pick 'em tomorrow. My first engine rebuild. Wish me luck.
03-23-2008 06:20 PM
Ford bolt size

Sam is correct.
03-23-2008 01:21 PM
sam-missle it should be 7/16-14

03-23-2008 12:47 PM
Lee in Texas
Ford 302 engine to engine stand bolt size?

I removed the engine to trans bolts with a 5/8" socket, but went to get longer bolts and it looks like I need 3/8" bolts. What gives? are there two standards for bolt sizes?

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