Pressure Plate Bolts
- Use with Ford Racing flywheels to align and attach the 10.5" diaphragm-style clutch pressure plate to the flywheel
- This kit includes three dowel pins that are necessary to align and stiffen the pressure plate shell. NOTE: If these dowels are not used the clutch may chatter
- This kit includes six 8mm bolts with integral lock washers. NOTE: Ford Racing and production flywheels have metric bolt holes for diaphragm style clutches. Ford Racing billet steel flywheels also have 5/16"-18 SAE bolt holes for "long" style clutches.
Ford Engine Bolts and FastenersFord Racing offers their Fastener Kits and Components because they understand it may be difficult to find the parts you need for your performance application that are consistent and reliable. Ford Racing offers their fasteners built to their specifications and designed to meet their high standards for performance and reliability. Ford Racing knows that some of their engine blocks and cylinder heads aren't compatible with factory size bolts and they know you don't want to have to buy multiple kits to get the fasteners you need Ford Racing offers application specific fasteners all in one kit.
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