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Old 12-24-2011, 11:03 AM   #1
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Default Flywheel bolts for S197 ?

Are these the correct bolts for my flywheel? I'm replacing the clutch and flywheel and I want to replace the flyhwheel bolts with ARP..
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ARP-254-2801/
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Old 12-24-2011, 11:12 AM   #2
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Those look like them, but the flywheel should come with new ones. Be sure and follow and Ford recommended torque procedures.
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Those look like them, but the flywheel should come with new ones. Be sure and follow and Ford recommended torque procedures.

Nope, it did not come with any. I know the flywheel is like 60 ft lbs and the pressure plate bolts are like 25 ft lbs.

I just have not been able to find facts that these are the correct flywheel bolts.

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This is what I used, but I bought them through Tousley Ford I believe, as I wasn't sure if my new flywheel would come with them or not. It did, but I used the factory bolts anyways.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FM...79-B/?rtype=10

I didn't see a reason to go ARP for them. I've never come across anyone breaking a flywheel bolt. I think the clutch would go before that would happen.

Upon further inspection, those ARP bolts have a different thread pitch than the 4.6l bolts you need. They won't work.
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This is what I used, but I bought them through Tousley Ford I believe, as I wasn't sure if my new flywheel would come with them or not. It did, but I used the factory bolts anyways.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FM...79-B/?rtype=10

I didn't see a reason to go ARP for them. I've never come across anyone breaking a flywheel bolt. I think the clutch would go before that would happen.

Upon further inspection, those ARP bolts have a different thread pitch than the 4.6l bolts you need. They won't work.

Ok, thanks much! I found comments that the OEM's can be reused, I just always reaplced them.
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I've reused the OEMs twice on my car and once on a friend's. They are not torque-to-yield bolts and reusing them is no problem. (I still use a tiny dab of blue loctite just to be certain, lol.)
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What about the pressure plate bolts?
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I don't remember those being TTY either. The only TTY bolts I remember were the Cam phaser bolts, crank bolt, and head bolts.
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Thanks, no point in buying new ones then.
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