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Old 03-06-2010
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99 ranger transmission bolt help?

I can't seem to find the mounting bolts for my tranny.its 3.0 auto.I called a few dealers and they say ford does not sell them anymore.they couldn't tell me size or anything.I'm stuck with no bolts.can anyone tell me whatb size they and length.the dealer to try a hardware store.funny!appreciate anyone who can help me out.thanks
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The dealer needs to pull out the old school parts books. They did this for me when I lost a pan bolt. It took a few days for them to order one but they gave me the size.

If they are just too lazy, then pull a bolt and go to a good hardware store.
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I'd just go to the junkyard and take some out. If you get desparate I could send you some...
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