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Old 08-25-2013, 10:05 PM   #1
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Default intake manifold studs+nuts

just thought id share this. i was doing some work on my engine a while ago, and managed to lose track of the studs and nuts that hold the intake manifold to the head. i had no luck finding replacements, until i remembered seeing a set of exhaust manifold studs+nuts for ford V8 engines at autozone pretty cheap that looked similar. I bought them, and theyre the exact same ones that were supposed to be on the car (i later found the originals, and compared them to the leftovers from the set for fords). might come in useful for somebody around here

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