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Im doing a manual conversion to my s14 and I have an s13 manual trans to put in but I need to get the bolts to fit the bellhousing to the engine.

 

Everyone keeps telling me different amounts of bolts needed, etc.

 

So can anyone actually confirm how many and of which bolt I am going to need?

 

Any help is appreciated.

 

Thank you! :D

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I know when I did mine, I could only re-use 2 out of however many there where.

 

They all need to be longer.

I had alot of dramas with Nissan, but the best thing you can do is go down there and order manual ones.

 

However make sure you get a mates manual chassis number as they will order you auto ones of you give them your no.

 

That wasn't my problem by the way, I got stung by stock shortages and still a couple wrong bolts (got given a few exa ones) and it took them a week to tell me.

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did you count how many holes were in the bellhousing minus the 2 starter ones?

 

The box is elsewhere at the moment so don't have it handy to check.

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I know when I did mine, I could only re-use 2 out of however many there where.

 

They all need to be longer.

I had alot of dramas with Nissan, but the best thing you can do is go down there and order manual ones.

 

However make sure you get a mates manual chassis number as they will order you auto ones of you give them your no.

 

That wasn't my problem by the way, I got stung by stock shortages and still a couple wrong bolts (got given a few exa ones) and it took them a week to tell me.

 

Thanks for the info.

 

Got in touch with unley Nissan, they said 8 + 2 for the starter motor.

 

Then main north Nissan said 11 + 2 for the starter motor.

 

11 + 2 seems to be what importers say too so I'll go with that.

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There's about 4x different lengths and 2x different diameters out of those 11 mate so make sure there very thorough before they order them.

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There's about 4x different lengths and 2x different diameters out of those 11 mate so make sure there very thorough before they order them.

 

Ok thanks for letting me know, got any more info?? :)

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I bought the bolts straight from Nissan, they took little while but they were cheap, about $16 I think

 

I'll get the part number's for you when I get the chance

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Got them all from Nissan. All sorted :D

 

 

Any chance you can post the part numebrs so the info is here for everyone else too?

 

 

Cheers. :)

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Got them all from Nissan. All sorted :D

 

 

Any chance you can post the part numebrs so the info is here for everyone else too?

 

 

Cheers. :)

 

Will do :D

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Ok well I ordered a new clutch slave cylinder, the 2 bolts to mount it, all the bellhousing bolts and the 2 starter motor bolts.

 

List as follows..

 

Part Number/Description

 

1x NI-30620-69F70/ clutch slave cylinder assembly

2x NI-08121-0251E/ bolt-hex

1x NI-31377-15U0A/ bolt

3x NI-31377-43B0A/ bolt

3x NI-31377-65F02/ bolt- transmission

2x NI-31377-65F01/ bolt- transmission

2x NI-31377-65F00/ bolt- transmission

1x NI-08121-0601F/ bolt-hex

1x NI-08121-0801F/ bolt-hex

 

This is what was on the Invoice.

 

Sorry I can't give more details than this.

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Bolts must be used in any vehicles because they can be used to connect the parts of the cars like engine and converters etc. Likewise myassignment help you can get more information about the new model of bolts.

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