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What bolt to use for the bellhouseing on tranny?

What size bolts do i use to bolt together my bell housing and what bolts for my starter? I lost them. Also can i bolt up just the starter to get motor to start without tranny or do i have to put starter in tranny?

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  • jamie suver Jan 30, 2009

    Its a 302 v8 also its the c4 tranny.

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    have 1991 model 220 melroe spray coupe with a 1.8 liquid cooled carbureted gas engine with aVW 4 speed transmisson that i would like to replace with adiesel engine .just do not know what VW diesel will bolt up to the tranny

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Most bolts for your bell housing are two inchs in lingth and are mittrck or mm. but what tipe of moter do you have i need the size and what tipe of tran's, do you have''''is it a v8''' or a 4-banger or a 6--''''' or a v--6'' my name is james'' you can e-mail me back at '' jay_win2002@yahoo.com'''

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    james wren Jan 30, 2009

    cool they are two inchs in lingth on the bellhousing '' but what we dont know if the moter is a older one ''thats ben redun or a new one''' like they make to day''' so the best way to find your bolts are to get one of each type''' mm. ' metrk,, and stanrd size i wood go with the stanrd size first just becouse of the year'''and try scwing it in if it gos right on in thats the bolt you just got to be shour that its not to short or to long..'''' on the starter they are about the same lingth or a bet longer '' and they go in the opizit way then the bellhouing bolts on the right side of the car some tran's starters have three bolts some have two''' just depen's '' and make shour that the bolt holes are clean of any dirt or grese so they will scwu right on in''''' i hope i have helped you''' let me know e-mail is''' jay_win2002@yahoo.com .

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