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Transmission mounting nuts.

1988 turbo...

Can I use these?

To be honest....I don't remember taking them off ....but I have no other nuts left over...which is amazing in itself....and by the way....what is the torque?

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My '86 has two barrel nuts on the starter. The three other gearbox stds have plain M10 nuts.
Sorry, don't have torque handy. I just screw them up really tight. Besides, you can't actually get a socket on the lower LH nut anyway.

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Thanks

Thanks for the reply. My starter has one barrel and one hex nut. The book and said something about a hex nut for the starter so I put on there. I will change it around. However still need the torque...Not sure what its suppose to be with these.

Thanks again.

Chris

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