1963 Cadillac Exhaust Manifold Bolts Original Style Washer Head Special Bolts on 2040-parts.com
Troy, Michigan, United States
Surface Finish:Black Oxide
Manufacturer Part Number:1463110
Other Part Number:1463110
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For a 1963 Cadillac these are the special flanged head bolts that hold exhaust manifolds to the cylinder head. These are brand new bolts. This listing is for a complete set of 12 bolts. These bolts were manufactured exclusively for Chips Caddy's from original factory blue prints. They are 7/16 x 14 (thread) x 2 1/4" long. They have the original flanged head with the proper 9/16 hex head. Part number 1463110
Note. On some cars there are 2 or more bolts that are 1 1/2" long. We could not justify making these at this time, however you can thread these bolts further down with a standard die and shorten them to fit.
It is very common for these fasteners to corrode from the heat and moisture on the exhaust manifolds. Here is your opportunity to get the correct style fasteners with the original "style" of markings of the original factory bolts.
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