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post #16 of 20 (permalink) Old 07-19-2019, 08:10 PM
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They have an option for next day Saturday delivery...

If you wait until Friday afternoon to have to have something, it cost more...ask me how I know.

The only other option is to rob from another engine if you have one or if a buddy has one, local machine shop maybe, etc...

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I know it might be too late but THIS...EXACTLY THIS.

Take it from me, the guy that had to remove and reinstall the trans because I was sent questionable bolts.
The shoulder is everything, it has to be right or you WILL have a vibration. Go with the ARP and nothing else.

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Anybody replacing the clutch needs the specific bolts with the shoulders to locate the pressure plate precisely. O'Reilly stores keep Mr Gasket pressure plate and flywheel bolts in stock.
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Anybody replacing the clutch needs the specific bolts with the shoulders to locate the pressure plate precisely. O'Reilly stores keep Mr Gasket pressure plate and flywheel bolts in stock.
Agreed, but I highly discourage using the Mr. Gasket bolts. I did and I had a vibration, replaced them with ARP bolts and all was right with the world.

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Beats overnight Saturday delivery cost!!

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I dunno... my '92 F250 sure drinks a lot of gas on the highway...

But, I have the bolts tonight! Pressure plate is mounted

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I know it might be too late but THIS...EXACTLY THIS.

Take it from me, the guy that had to remove and reinstall the trans because I was sent questionable bolts.
The shoulder is everything, it has to be right or you WILL have a vibration. Go with the ARP and nothing else.
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Anybody replacing the clutch needs the specific bolts with the shoulders to locate the pressure plate precisely. O'Reilly stores keep Mr Gasket pressure plate and flywheel bolts in stock.
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Agreed, but I highly discourage using the Mr. Gasket bolts. I did and I had a vibration, replaced them with ARP bolts and all was right with the world.
Thanks for the concern and information, gents. I got the proper bolts Will keep you all updated on how the clutch performs.

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