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Old 01-16-2013, 08:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1994 vr4 6 speed Ok Im in need of the size and length and possibly pitch of the bolts (metric?) that hold the transfer case to the tranny I know I need Two Short ones and 3 long ones...

I also need the 4 bolts that come off the back side of the driveshaft and connect it to the rear section of drive shaft ... I need length and size on that as well and are washers used???

I want to run to the hardware store after work and pick these up so if you can get me the info before 3pm today i would greatly appreciate it...
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chances of you finding those bolts in a hardware store are pretty slim my friend. better off going to the dealer and paying a outrageous amount of money for the correct ones...


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Hey Thanks for the reply and information...


do you have any info for the 4 bolts that i need to connect the 3 foot driveshaft coming out of the transfercase which connect to the the rear not sure if its actually another driveshaft that it connects to or not as I didnt have the best lighting when i was under the car but I could feel 4 holes on the end of driveshaft and where it mates up to also has the same 4 holes where bolts would go through and connect the to peices...

im sure that these 4 bolts and nuts that connect the two together dont have to be mitsubishi parts correct?

also do they come standard with washers as well. I got the car apart so been kind of trying at times finding info and the actual bolts that are needed... thanks
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the problem with those bolts is mitsu put tiny little heads on them to give you more clearance to use a wrench or socket on them since they are so close to the driveshaft.

your best bet for aftermarket ones may be to get some allen bolts and nuts. Get the strongest grade they have.

Take one of the bolts from one of the front sections with you to match the size.
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Get the transfer case brace. Comes with new bolts.
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