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Old 11-30-2007, 05:35 PM   #1
 
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Default catalytic converter bolt size

I did a search and only found that they are studs and pressed in or whatever.

I need to know the size of the bolt/nut.

My mom's 99 accord had two nuts come off from the bolts connecting the b-pipe to the catalytic converter and it's hella loud.

Just trying to head to wal mart and pick up the right nut so I can make her car quiet again.

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[quote=wegotmorrison]I wouldnt call a GSR slow...... low 15's isnt slow for a 170 HP 4 cylinder.. Still faster than most cars on the road.. completely stock. Plenty of cars I could race and beat, soo whatever dude.[/quote]
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i wanna say they are 15mm bolts.. but dont take that as guarantee. I doubt they'd have that bolt size at a walmart
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They are more punches than anything....not really bolts....my mechanic looked at it again and said I was correct and welded it shut.

No big deal. $20.
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