Might be my first post here, but TBO I've been reading for years. Glad to jump in! Well, hey! I've got a Buick 225 odd-fire V6 that needed a valve job and a cam. Heads are back on and torqued, as well as the intake. So I'm preparing to put carb back on when I notice that the accelerator cable bracket actually utilizes the back two intake bolts!!!? Its been apart for so long, not shocked I dropped the ball on that one. And although I've been fooling with engines for 40 years, can't say I've ever had a situation like this. I was thinking of maybe loosening up ALL the bolts, removing the two that need to get removed to install the bracket, then re-torque the whole thing. Either that, or just totally spitball it and take out the two bolts, install bracket, and re-torque. I really do not want to pull the intake off. Nope, nope nope (FWIW, intake gasket is a plane-Jane FelPro...RockAuto link: https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=125783&cc=1381227&jsn=8 , some sealer around the water passages, but otherwise installed dry) So...what does the collective wisdom of H.A.M.B. think? I do appreciate your wisdom guys. Thanks!