Flywheel bolts

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Stonehopper
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Location: Shropshire
My Cars: 1975 GS Pallas
1967 2cv AZAM
Previously;
1982 Acadiane
1990 BX TZD turbo
1982 2cv Charleston
1971 AK 250
1978 AK 400
1982 Ami 8 break
1971 Ami 8 break
1979 CX Familiale
1960 2cv AZL (Belgian built)
x 9

Flywheel bolts

Post by Stonehopper » 03 Nov 2017, 08:49

Is there anybody there . . . ?

GS flywheel bolts 'appear' to be unavailable. Whereas 2cv flywheel bolts are. The 2cv bolts are M8 x 1 x 27. Can anyone confirm they are the same size on the GS engine?
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macplaxton
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Re: Flywheel bolts

Post by macplaxton » 27 Nov 2017, 03:01

Sorry for the delay, I don't check-in as often as I should do.

Parts book(s) says:

Qty 6.

1GX 75 521 069, TH 9 x 1,25 x 29
1VD 5 507 631, TH 9 x 29 JUNIOR
1GX GX 08 122 01 C, TH 9 x 1,00 x 22 <<1300>> EMBAUT >7/83

So not the same size. I presume they are shanked bolts (half the length threaded) and not fully threaded setscrews and are M9 x 1,25 x 29mm - but check what you have in your hand.
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Stonehopper
Posts: 232
Joined: 24 Feb 2012, 17:10
Location: Shropshire
My Cars: 1975 GS Pallas
1967 2cv AZAM
Previously;
1982 Acadiane
1990 BX TZD turbo
1982 2cv Charleston
1971 AK 250
1978 AK 400
1982 Ami 8 break
1971 Ami 8 break
1979 CX Familiale
1960 2cv AZL (Belgian built)
x 9

Re: Flywheel bolts

Post by Stonehopper » 27 Nov 2017, 08:14

Thank you Mac. They are shank bolts, and specifically 'stretch' bolts, so not supposed to be used twice. Yeah, right. None in hand just now and am using 'used'. Done it before with flywheel bolts, though never with big end bolts (different engine).
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