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????Freeze plug size 460 Ford

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by old beet, Nov 5, 2008.

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    Need freeze plug size for a 73 460 Ford, the one under the driver side motor mount. Will save me a long trip! Thank you.....Beet
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    Anyone??
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    Thank you!!!!!!!!!!
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    Autozone can look it up on thier computer, use the rubber bolt in kind it's lots easier than pounding in a steel replacement, where you have limited swing area. Save the steel ones for engines that are out of the car.
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    I like the rubber expandables too, easier to install if the access is obstructed. I used to use the marine ones on the rear of the blocks, those never rot out.

    Bob
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    1 1/2 is correct.

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