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Discussion in 'Modified 1991-1994 Explorers' started by Lifted92, December 23, 2011.

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  1. Lifted92

    Lifted92 New Member

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    i just got an engine for a 302 im about to rebuild to swap in my explorer. i want and need to know the bolt thread to hold the block on the stand. if anyone knows the thread pitch that would be greatly greatly appreciative. thank you.
     
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  3. Backwoods "X"

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    If I remember correctly, it is a 3/8th 16. If you have any bellhousing bolts for the SB, just go match one up and DO NOT use a "3" or lower graded bolt....unless you want to consider maybe practicing how to remove sheared/ broken bolts from an engine.
     
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    I found the size on a mustang forum which was 7/16x14. Before I bought grade 8 bolts for it I did run out and steal a bell housing bolt off the trans to make sure of the size.
     
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    the head bolts (if you're not reusing them) work well for holding it on a stand.
     

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