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Old 06-08-2010, 10:03 AM   #1
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Default AOD Transmission Mount Bolts

I'm installing an AOD transmisson out of a '92 Mustang LX into my '67 Mustang convertible. I'm missing the bolts that hold the mount to the transmission. All I know is they're going to be metric. Does anyone know what size bolts I need to go buy (including length of bolts)?

Come to think of it, I'm going to need the nuts that told the mount to the crossmember too. What size are those?

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Mount to trans bolts: M12-1.75, 25mm - 35mm long
FMX trans mount nuts: 7/16
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