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are red - black rocker bolts the sa

hi guys, haven't been on for quiet a while, for some reason i can not sign in, has my account be deleted?

anyways back to the question,are red 202 rocker cover bolts the same as black 202? im after new bolts but none say for black

cheers griezy

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are you talking about the bolts that tighten the rocker down or the bolts to put the cover on ?

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"Junk is something you throw out 3 weeks before you need it"

All the same 1/4" unc

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Cheers
David

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If you aren't worried about originality try some grub screws.
Get some 1/4"UNC x 1" grub screws and put them in the head, sit the gasket and rocker cover on and tighten some bolts down on the grub screws. Easy as and cost less than $3 at a nut & bolt shop.
When you are fitting the cover, he grub screws will hold the gasket in place better than the rocker cover ever will.
My nut and bolt bloke said lot of race car engine builders use grub screws instead of sump and rocker cover bolts on motors that are torn down and rebuilt regularly.
David

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Old is good.

David do you mean screw in studs with nuts?

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Red/Blue/Black Rocker Bolts are the same.

The torque figure is important.

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Holdenpaedia, they're the brakes Mate.

thanks guys,the grub screw sounds like a good idea, need to find out what they look like

sorry for the late reply, i couldn't reply sooner, for some reason i couldn't sign in and didn't allow to reply without signing in

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old holdens never die,just keep getting stronger

[http://gallery.oldho...|trans am-kingswood rebiuld]

would these be the ones you are talking about?

https://www.ebay.com...

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old holdens never die,just keep getting stronger

[http://gallery.oldho...|trans am-kingswood rebiuld]

They are the ones.
You will need some nuts as well.
Use an allen key to screw them in and hold them while you do the nut up with a small ring spanner.
I've had no trouble with leaks since I put them on.
David

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Old is good.

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