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What type of bolts hold the plastic motor housing together on a craftsman pancake air compressor. 6 gal. model# 919.153160. I can't see down in the hole to see what type it is

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Hello jerry.... go to searspartsdirect.com, enter your model number and you will see the bolts and be able to order them if u desire. Joe

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