? re: Bolts to hold engine pan to frame

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? re: Bolts to hold engine pan to frame

Post by DHort » Wed Jul 17, 2019 10:29 pm

The wood blocks are in place. The upper bolts are snug. The bolts that run horizontally through the block are suppose to be 2 1/4". That size will be too short. I am going to have to use a 2 1/2" bolt in order to get the nut on and cotter pin in place. Maybe there is an issue with the pan or with the frame, but I have to live with it. Has anyone else had this issue?


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Re: ? re: Bolts to hold engine pan to frame

Post by Scottio » Wed Jul 17, 2019 10:38 pm

When I put those in my 26 Roadster I had to cut the nut down to get the pin to go. That bolt doesn’t get tightened so it wasn’t a problem to cut it.

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