^ So true. Totally useless " Home Dumpo" wouldn't have the grade bolts you'd need anyways. The hardware sold at the "Dumpo" is all low grade cheap shit that's made in Mexico, Tawain that would break if you torqued it past 20 ft/lbs.chriso said:I bought mine at OSH (Orchard Supply Hardware).
"Home Depot sucks anyway".
^ I ordered 4 bolts from my Toyota dealer #90105-10038 @ $1.55 ea. I had them the next day. They are a class 7T and it's the bolt used for the bottom bracket for the p/s pump to pivot on. Worked perfectly for me and was the correct length for the arms on my engine stand as the 4 tranny bolts were too short for my stand.bobtsgt said:I know that they are M10 X 1.25 at 120MM long. My problem is I can not find any place that sells then let along sells them in singles. My local Home Depot has the size but not the length. Does anybody have any then want to sell or lend to me for a little bit or know where I can order some??????
^ BUT, the stock tranny bolts measure 2 1/4" long from under the captive washer, my engine stand mounting arms are 2 5/8" thick (made with welded on spacers on the arms to allow for additional room to work on the rear of engine while mounted on the stand) and the p/s pump pivot bolt is 3 5/8" long which worked perfectly for my stand with just 1 washer added under the bolt head. They were $1.55 (my price) each from the Toyota dealer and the best part is you can buy just the 4 that you'll need.IdealSupra said:ummmmmmm thats weird because every single engine ive put on my engne stand...which would be about 9 of them now.... ive used tranny bolts and it holds it perfectly....