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A Body Commando Valve Cover Bolt Q #3237459
06/09/24 11:11 AM
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Hello all. I just got done painting my brother's '67 273. I have original Commando valve covers that I restored. Were originals assembled with standard phosphate bolts or were special bolts used?
Thanks in advance.


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Re: A Body Commando Valve Cover Bolt Q [Re: FJR doc] #3237464
06/09/24 11:31 AM
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simple black phosphate hardware



Originally Posted by FJR doc
Hello all. I just got done painting my brother's '67 273. I have original Commando valve covers that I restored. Were originals assembled with standard phosphate bolts or were special bolts used?
Thanks in advance.

Re: A Body Commando Valve Cover Bolt Q [Re: gtx6970] #3237527
06/09/24 04:38 PM
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Thanks GTX. I thought that was the answer.


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