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Author Topic: Front pipe flange nuts  (Read 11278 times)

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Offline BigBird

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Re: Front pipe flange nuts
« Reply #15 on: July 08, 2018, 12:10:14 AM »
Towards the end, AMC started to use LONG nuts, to hold the flange to the manifold. This is the secret that will make  your exhaust pipe removal/installation, if not easy, at least doable. these nuts are about an inch long, so they clear the bottom of the flange,

Any idea where I can get some of these and what size / thread pitch am I looking for? My Google Fu has failed me.
'84 Eagle Limited (FatMan)
'82 Eagle SX/4 (LittleBoy)
'92 Chevy K1500 (Calico)
'03 Silverado 1500 (The Wifes)


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