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1983-95 Ford Mustang T5 Transmission To Bellhousing Oe Bolts Free Shipping on 2040-parts.com

US $35.95
Location:

Simpsonville, South Carolina, United States

Simpsonville, South Carolina, United States
Condition:New Brand:LRM Placement on Vehicle:Front Manufacturer Part Number:HDW-7003A

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DON'T CHEAP OUT, FAILURE BY USING POOR QUALITY OR OLD BOLTS WILL RESULT IS HUNDREDS OR THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN REPAIRS TO CLUTCH, FLYWHEEL, CABLE, AND EVEN POSSIBLE TRANSMISSION DAMAGE!

                                                                             

Replace your old, worn-out hardware with these T5 Bellhousing to Transmission Bolts!

TOO IMPORTANT OF A COMPONENT TO TAKE CHANCES OR CHEAP OUT ON OLD BOLTS OR LOCAL AUTO PART STORE JUNK....GUESSING THE THREADS, AND SUCH.. THESE ARE REAL OE QUALITY BOLTS!

Product Description

1983-1995 T5 Bellhousing To Transmission Bolts
 

If the transmission has been in and out of your 1983-1995 Mustang several times, chances are the mounting bolts have been rounded off or misplaced at some time. This is the factory type bolt that retains the transmission to the bell housing. Make sure to replace your hardware if it is going bad to make sure your have a secure connection between your bell housing and transmission!

Benefits

  • Direct replacement for original transmission bolts

Features

  • OE Quality parts
  • Retains Transmission to the Bellhousing

What's in the Box

  • (4) Transmission Bolts

    Application
    - Fits 1983-1995 Ford Mustangs with T5 Transmission
    - 1994-2004 Mustang V6 T5
               

5 Stars   Good replacement product

By on 3/13/2014
I'm glad such hard to get little things are still available

5 Stars   Great for t5 swap

By on 6/6/2015
My bell housing didn't come with these so I needed them to attach my transmission to the engine. They did a good job at doing that.   
   
5 Stars   Good buy
By on 2/23/2015
Regular metric bolts won't fit since the bolt head is too big. These bolts are a must have. 

5 Stars   Exactly what is shown.
By on 6/3/2014
Exactly what you need to go from the transmission to the Bell housing  

5 Stars   Lost bolts
By on 11/5/2015
Saved time and money not driving around to find these   
    
5 Stars   Quality Bolts
By on 3/25/2014
Bolts fit and look like the factory ones.           


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