Cam bolt part number.

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  1. The pony boy

    The pony boy New Member

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    I have new struts and shocks and lowering springs on the way and trying to find the proper part number for the cam bolt. I know somebody found a long enough one that works just can’t find the thread. Thanks
     
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    Here's my "How-To" tutorial, authored by me many years ago.

    Still applicable and there is discussion from other owners, which is more current than the thread itself, that contains revised/updated part #'s to the bolts you're looking for.

    The ones I used originally, are still on the car, and have been trouble free since installed.

    Good luck with your project. Pics when completed.



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    Thanks. Excellent info
     
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    The correct part is 84130. There was a another part number some have got to work but is shorter before they released 84130
     
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    Did any one else have to remove the caliper bracket bolt to install the cam bolt?
     

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