Have been looking for the past few days and having no luck. I am looking for a diagram and/or listing of where, size and what type of nut, bolt, washer, and who gets a cotter pin on engine/ transmission components. If there is such a place.
What I do know is there are 17, 1/2 inch, 1/4 x 16 hex bolts, no nut and I believe no washer.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
What a dope, getting late!
The 17 are bolts which hold the inspection cover on the oil pan.
Those are 5/16-18 x 7/16. This is a pretty good list of chassis fasteners.
Bolts_nuts_threaded_items.pdf (127.8 k)
Obviously, I did not know -- what were the bolts holding inspection pan were
Again, thank you.
I could not find anything related to placement of hardware for an engine.
The list provided is awesome. I know where all the internal parts go, just not familiar with the outside. In configuring the external bolts, nuts, washers and cotter pins is there a diagram available?
I know it is an odd request and one may not exist. It makes it easier if I can physically see the bolt patterns.
You may say --- What? Had a stroke a couple years back. Trying to make life easier.
The best thing to do is find out what Ford actually used. All you need to do is look at a few original cars. I've been doing this for years, and it really upsets me when I see restored cars with the wrong bolts and nuts. It doesn't take much to find out what is correct.
I don't consider this complete, or even adequate, but it's the only diagram I've found. It gives only wrench sizes, not bolt sizes, threads, or lengths.
Again, thank you, Steve.
I'm getting closer, next will have to be some up close investigation as Larry states. Don't mind me! Just want the right bolts etc... in the right place. I have been called a lot of thing but a hack is not one of them.