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What size are the bolts for transfer case to transmission(np241/4l60e

1993 chev k1500 4x4 350/5.7 4l60e/np241 case

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    George Clark May 02, 2013

    m10 x 1.5 35 fit perfect

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Which ones?

Posted on May 01, 2013

Testimonial: "the 6 bolts that attach the transfer case to the tranny"

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  • George Clark
    George Clark May 01, 2013

    "the 6 bolts that attach the transfer case to the tranny"

  • George Clark
    George Clark May 01, 2013

    M10 X 1.5 X 35MM?

  • George Clark
    George Clark May 02, 2013

    resolved

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