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Old 11-16-2010, 09:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got my ebay trans (after waiting 2 weeks for shipping!)and on arrival the bottom mounting bolt was bent,almost like it had been dropped or something?Its bent pretty bad so how or can I replace this so I can install it?Are the studs pressed in or screwed?

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Old 11-16-2010, 02:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Those are just screwed in. Use a pair of vice gris and twist it out.
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thanks man,I was hoping that was the case.Wouldnt make sense for them to be pressed in now would it?lol My zuk has been down for 2 months now!! I gotta get it back on the road!My 97' f-150 is killing me in gas!I dont guess you may know where I can buy a new stud do you?
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You might try these regular aftermarket Zook vendors. They may have them new or used.

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thanks.I could take the one out of my old tranny but I have plans on rebuilding it and Id be back at square one if I did that.
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Well,talked with the guys at Petro Works and they are hooking me up on the mounting studs!! $7 bucks out the door for both studs and s&h.Thanks Billjohn!
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