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Jus bought a h. Wanna mount it on the stand but i need the trans bolts. Any idea what's the bolt type and pattern to pick up at the hardware store
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12x1.25 if memory serves correctly.

Hardware stores will likely have no finer than 1.50. But fastenal will have what you need.

Thread them in carefully. Threads in that alluminum block strip rather easily and you end up using a heli-coil thread fixer or tapping for oversized bolts one.
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Re: engine stand

yes as stated you may have a little trouble looking for the bolts, I had to drive 30 miles one way to get some.
bring a tranny mounting bolt with you to the store to match it up, it is a 1.25 pitch
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Great to hear.

You're lucky to have an Ace Hardware near ya. Support them when you can over the big box ones.
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