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Bolts and studs info

i recently made a huge mistake while putting on a new head, i turned in my old one with out removing the stud bolts and cam sprocket. i have no luck in finding the 3 bolts i need to put it back together. i just need to know the size and thread patterns and i can buy replacements. can anyone help me? this is so ridiculous that i cant get get a couple of bolts... really?
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if anyone has their ranger apart, can you measure these bolts for me please? cam sprocket bolt and washer, stud bolts that hold the water jacket/thermostat what ever that part is called lol.
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i really need help on this,i am dead in the water right now, please give me some feedback.
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3 months of hunting these bolts down the whole world doesn't know what the size is!!!!!????? iv'e tried pick and pull the dealer everything. hard to find a 4 banger ranger in a pick and pull with the head still on it.
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After some searching the only measurement I could find for the cam sprocket bolt is M10 x 1 x 33. Ford part # 804514-S76. Found it on ebay Ford Cam Sprocket to Camshaft Screw Part E804514 S76 | eBay If that looks like it.

Cam Sprocket part # is 7Z-6256-AA if you need one.

I cannot however find anything on the thermostat housing? studs. What you might be able to do is try some bolts you might have laying around and see which one fits and go from there on getting the correct studs.

BTW you have a 4x2 not a 2x2.
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3 months of hunting these bolts down the whole world doesn't know what the size is!!!!!????? iv'e tried pick and pull the dealer everything. hard to find a 4 banger ranger in a pick and pull with the head still on it.
Perhaps waiting more than 5 hours before questioning this community may be a good place to start...




And for the record, your Ford dealer must not be very helpful because anything I need, even the nitty gritty, my local dealer finds me exactly what I need. Any Ford dealer should be able to do the same thing.
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thank you, that helps a bit its a good start, problem is the dealer says they are discontinued and not one shop in the usa has them. they only could give me a part number and not the specs
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i will upload a picture if it would help any.
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Do you think there are some similar motors that may use sone of the same parts and bolts?
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