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Stripped out exhaust manifold hole!

I have an exhaust manifold on a 94 toyota 4wd pick that keeps leaking. I need to put a helicoil in my back bolt hole. What size helicoil do i get?

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The parts store can look it up for ya . They have the books right there.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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