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Case Studs: Which one goes where?

I've been cleaning all the part, bolts, nuts, etc in preparation for reassembly. I've got everything I removed cleaned and ordered in numerous zip-lock bags. I know where everything goes that I took off. However, what I don't know for sure is the fore and aft case studs locations for mating to the transmission and rear motor mount; Ollies took them out in the midst of align-boring the case and handed them back to me in a bag.



Some I can figure out:
- The three smallest (M6 x 27mm) are for the intermediate shaft cover.
- The next smallest (M10 x 35 mm) is for the upper right rear, by the temperature sensor.
- The longest (M10 x 123 mm) goes on the right front by the starter.
- I assume the three M10 x 92 mm complete the front set to the transmission (one of which I'll have to wrestle free the timesert) - is that correct?
- Remaining are 2 M10 x 60mm and 1 M10 x 70mm studs. If these go on the rear of the engine for the rear mount, which position gets the longer (70mm) stud?

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by the pulley, to the left gets the longer one.
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Thanks Bruce.

Will there be a problem with the black M10 x 92 mm? There is a bit of offset in the thread lengths.
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The long threads go into the case
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I've got to really start cranking on the assembly - I've got the parts spread out all over the guest room, my wife's patience is starting to wear thin and my mother-in-law will be needing the room when she stays with us for three weeks in January! So this helps me solve a piece of the puzzle.

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Bring the rest of the car into the room until after January...
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Bring the rest of the car into the room until after January...
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