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What sizes are these bolts?

I want to replace them with new zinc coated. I need to know the sizes or their M number.

The bolts I知 concerned with at this point are the ones that secure the intercooler to the engine. But if there is master list or a schematic for all the bolts I would greatly appreciate this.




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Please feel free to give us a call at 888-280-7799 and one of our Porsche part specialists will be happy to help you out with the bolt question.
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Or just removed them and check.....
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I think most are M8, not sure of the length, you need to remove them and measure. Try this place:

https://www.belmetric.com/?zenid=bu6qqes4qrieoe2cpqklj69l86
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If you mean the two bolts holding the hood latch on I think they are 6mm diameter by 1mm thread pitch and 8.8 hardness. 8mm is the same as 5/16" and they are not that thick.
From memory, they are about an inch long or somewhere around 24mm.
Best to measure them and go to a hardware store and buy them with yellow zinc plating or buy them from Pelican.
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Straight from PET, part number, bolt size and length:

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Straight from PET, part number, bolt size and length:





Thanks!! I can say that Ive been trying to find just 2 M8 X 16 but only found them in the 400 + piece packages.


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Thanks I found a few sites that specialize in zinc coated porsche fasteners.

Eagle Day

McMaster Carr

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I知 going to replace all visible zinc coated fasteners.


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Is this available online? I知 going to replace a number of fasteners both in the engine compartment and as needed in the interior ect.


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With the direction you are headed with your car you should just buy these two kits. They will save you a bunch of money and time.

Metric Yellow Zinc Bolts

Yellow Zinc Socket head
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Is this available online? I知 going to replace a number of fasteners both in the engine compartment and as needed in the interior ect.


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I have PDF's of a lot of various years, PM me with your email and I'll shoot them over to you. Super helpful to have on hand for things just like this.
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What sizes are these bolts?

Got my bolts washers and nuts from fastenal today. I would recommend them to anyone needing porsche yellow zinc bolts. Best of all they are very reasonable. Heck they have a indianapolis hub so the shipping was free to my local fastenal store. Which is like 5 miles from my house. Got my bolts in 2 days!

Also got a new coil clamp as the old one is faded.




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Where did you get the coil clamp from.
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Where did you get the coil clamp from.


aase sales they carry a lot of hard to find bits and pieces that have more to do with the aesthetic aspects of a restoration.


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