Can I reuse LS flywheel bolts?

All of the documentation that I found indicated the flywheel bolts are torque to yield, and not reusable. @twitch – nice, comprehensive write up. Regardless, reusing bolts that are under constant cyclic stress strain isnt a good idea.

Are Flexplate bolts reusable?

Its ok to reuse them, just put a little loctite on them when reinstalling.

Can you reuse ARP flywheel bolts?

The stock bolts stretch during installation so they’re not reusable – this set of bolts is not only reusable but actually costs about half as much as a new set of Toyota bolts.

Do you need all flywheel bolts?

All you really need is one bolt on the flywheel.

Can you use Flexplate bolts on a flywheel?

I want to make everyone aware that these bolts ARE NOT ANY LONGER than the bolts used for the flexplate in the automatic transmission. Since a flywheel is much thicker than a flexplate; 3/8″ vs 1/8″ you will have 1/4″ less thread engagement. … Don’t use old bolts on Flexplate.

Can torque converter bolts be reused?

Premium Member. I reuse factory torque converter bolts on a daily basis without any issues. I do agree with what was said before that most likely your factory converter bolts are bottoming out on the tips before the head gets a good seat which is probably the root cause of the issue.

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Should you replace flex plate bolts?

You’re *supposed* to replace them, but myself and plenty of others have reused them several times. Just be sure to use red thread-locker and make sure the threads look good and make sure you have them torqued correctly.

Are flywheel bolts torque to yield?

All of the documentation that I found indicated the flywheel bolts are torque to yield, and not reusable.

Are ARP bolts torque to yield?

No, ARP bolts are not torque to yield (TTY). TTY fasteners, when being torqued, actually stretch because of the elastic properties of the material. This gives them the needed clamping force, but the downside it that they aren’t reusable (well, at least they shouldn’t be reused).

Are Honda flywheel bolts torque to yield?

Are Honda flywheel bolts torque to yield? … They’re torque to yield.

Can you reuse clutch bolts?

Just reuse them if they look to be in good shape. x2,torque to yield headbolts are about the only hardware you really have to replace after one use. #6257 of 6381 Bolt ons, pulleys, and tuned.

Can you drill out a flywheel?

Premium Member. The pressure plate should be located to the flywheel with dowl pins. The bolts only provide clamping and retention, the pins locate it properly. If you’ve located the plate properly with the dowel pins, then drilled your holes, it should be fine.

How many flywheel bolts are there?

there are only 4 flywheels for 4.6s. 2 of them are 6 bolt, 2 are 8 bolt. the two 6 bolt cranks are help to the flywheel with just 6 bolts, but one will hold a 10.5″ clutch, the other is for an 11″ clutch. 8 bolt cranks have 8 bolts in the center to the crank and have both a 10.5″ and an 11″ clutch option.

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Are flywheel bolts the same as Flexplate bolts?

Flexplate bolts are 3/4″ long and flywheel bolts are 1″ long.