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Old April 9th, 2006, 05:30 PM
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Rear Drive shaft bolt size

Hey guys,

I lost my bolts to bolt up the rear drive shaft. I need to get the 4 bolts that bolt the rear shaft to the transfer case drum. Does anyone know the exact size of the bolts? Thanks
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Old April 9th, 2006, 06:45 PM
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I replaced all of my stuff with grade 8 fine thread 3/8ths bolts and nuts, they are almost exactly the same size. I believe what you are looking for is M8 fine thread. But I have had trouble finding M8s that are 14mm on the outside.
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Old April 10th, 2006, 12:36 AM
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Thanks,

I think they are actually M10 fine thread. No matter, I found major damage inside the case break so I will be replacing the bolts anyway.
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Old April 11th, 2006, 10:10 PM
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3/8ths fine! If yuo use the gr 8 get them a little longer for the shoulder. cut off the rest
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3/8ths fine! If yuo use the gr 8 get them a little longer for the shoulder. cut off the rest
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LOL let me try to translate.

3/8" bolts are fine. Use grade-8 bolts and buy them a little bit longer than needed. After assembly, cut off the excess length of bolt.

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Thanks! But, why get them longer and then cut them off?
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shoulder of the bolt. "not threaded part" it would be thicker than the threaded part. no need to assemble first mark a little longer than the stock one run a nut on & cut away run the nut off!
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on those bolts not the nuts will they fall off into that drum? I was going to take my driveshafts off to see if i can elimate a vibration front or back u joints.
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The nuts inside the drumb are fixed and will not fall if you take the bolts out... is that what you wanted to know??
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okay well how about the bolts that bolt the driveshaft (thru the flange) will they fall into the drum? Or are they like studs and wont move (theoretically)
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Sorry... thats what I meant... the threaded bolts are fixed and will not fall in the drumb... go a head and take it off... it will be easy to get it back on.
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