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Manual transmission flywheel bolts GM # 839756


If anyone is looking for transmission bolts to fit big or small block, I can help you out. The GM part number is 839756. GM price is $3.03 each so in Manitoba with taxes it will cost $20.34 for a set of 6. I had to buy a box of 25 to get the ones I needed. I will sell a set of 6 for $15 if anyone needs some. These are a special bolt. Yes, you can find hardware store bolts that will fit in but there are a stronger bolt with a special shallow head on them. 

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I'll take those Carl.

Gary


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One set of 6? You have a lot of stick shift cars to build still in your lifetime!

I can spare 1-3 sets. Need to keep one set for myself.


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Hi Carl.. I'll take a set. Just 6..

Thx

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Sounds good, I'll put your name on 6 Mr LT1_Caddy!

And I'll see if Fake 68 wants more than one set. If he does then I'll be sold out, 3 sets. I have to keep 6 for me.



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6 please !

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Ok, Bruce, Gary and Randy, 6 each. Thanks guys!

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why do I see these with star washers and other times not? Some say no star washer use their sealent



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I would always put a star washer on these.

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65 SD L79 wrote:

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 Yeah I know but you know me and original stuff...



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i had the GM bolts on the flywheel and builder said star washers a must. when I went to the suplier they said ARP claims no washer so should I put a washer on three of them ? that way I would be 50% rightconfuse



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I sure wouldn't trust it with no washer but I'm very old school too.



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Yes 1 set for me is fine. I Always use red Loctite on clutch and flywheel fasteners... Contrary to the claims it will disassemble without issue.
Gary

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Fake68 wrote:

Yes 1 set for me is fine. 
Gary


 Yeah, I forgot, you like automatics better anyway....



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4SPEED427 wrote:
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Yes 1 set for me is fine. 
Gary


 Yeah, I forgot, you like automatics better anyway....


 OUCH !

Sounds like you need a ride in the faceplated 5spd Nova !



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Fake68 wrote:
 OUCH !

Sounds like you need a ride in the faceplated 5spd Nova !


 LOL, did that one hit where it hurt???!!!biggrin

As a matter of fact yes, I do need a ride in it. Last time I had a ride in it there was still a Crusher in it and we were doing about 90 mph in a 50 kmh zone on Clarence!



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Are these same bolts used on a 292 six. When I replaced a clutch and flywheel on an old plow truck I had to buy a box and only used six. I did not keep the box just put the bolts in a bin with other ring gear bolts.

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I can check in the parts book later. My gut says yes but that little nagging voice in the back of my head tells me something changed on them.

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I would never put anything under these bolts, just like 'Fake68' - loctite, and torqued to spec.

@ 4speed, I'm guessing your spares are all sold?

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Yes, the spares are spoken for, sorry. 

As far as the washers go, on the 60's big and small blocks in our Pontiacs they always had the star washers under the bolts when they came off the assembly line. I've never had one that came loose so I just stick with what works. Whatever works for anyone is fine, I'm just  bit of a purist.



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I think you should order another box Carl



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65 SD L79 wrote:

I think you should order another box Carl


 I wonder if I should. 

Do you need a set?



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I have a box of them too



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