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Old 08-10-2017, 04:54 AM
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Can anyone tell me what size and pitch the bottom bolt is for attaching the suspension strut to the wishbone?

I think it's M12 but don't know the pitch.

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Have you got a bolt you can measure? I'd expect it to be M12 coarse but some suspension components are metric fine.
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Am sure its fine
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1.5 or 1.25 anyone???
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I wouldn't sell it like that ........
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It's M12x1.25
The only M12 with 1.5 thread pitch on our cars that I know of is the coolant temp sensor
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I wouldn't sell it like that ........
No? Not doing it for you Fes?
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First it's 12mm , is it M12 or F12 with a 1.5mm pitch I can't remember as I put new 10.9 high tensile M12 shanked bolts in mine with the new coil overs, and Nylock nuts .

Just measure across 10 thread peaks with a steel rule , divide the measured distance by 10 , bingo you have the pitch !

No no help at all really sorry
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If only the bolts were in my hand, not still on the car...
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