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Engine mount bolts NLA?

I've started the process of replacing the engine mounts in my '86 Turbo and the bolt I pulled out so far shows some damage to the threads, so I figured I would just replace them all. These are on the new style mounts. I called my local Porsche dealer and he tells me the bolts are NLA which doesn't make sense, but I thought I would ask the forum for their latest experiences in this area. I expect I should find the bolts through McMaster-Carr, or I might have to refresh the bolt threads with a die. Any thoughts? Thanks
Jesse
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Hi Jesse - take a look at the link below. We may have some bolts for your 86' turbo.

1986 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe - Engine Miscellaneous - Page 4
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you mean the M8 bolts that thread into the top of the motor mounts, thru the "arms" coming off the engine?

if so just go to the hardware store and buy the closest size up you can find, maybe add a washer...not a critical part.
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Head to fastenal and buy good quality hardened shoulder bolts.
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Thanks for the input guys. On to the next project!
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