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Old 15-06-2023, 04:27 PM   #1471
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Old 15-06-2023, 05:37 PM   #1472
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Ah dang! Might be a stupid question, but are they specialized bolts? Could i use a high-tensile with same dimensions?

Mate iíd be needing 6A758, 6C758 and the 6758 if possible.

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Hi WBA,

I believe the bolts are unique with special taper and shank. Suggest try get good secondhand ones or try someone like Hardy Spicer or a driveshaft specialist alike.

6A758 is available: $15
6C758 is also available: $36
6758 is on back order but should be available soon: $180

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Old 16-06-2023, 11:33 PM   #1473
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Hi GTLEGEND I Was pretty disheartened when my local ford spares told me, they are no longer making genuine ford green coolant for falcons. Can you confirm this before I start trying to find an alternative? Thanks as always
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Old 16-06-2023, 11:40 PM   #1474
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Hi GTLEGEND I Was pretty disheartened when my local ford spares told me, they are no longer making genuine ford green coolant for falcons. Can you confirm this before I start trying to find an alternative? Thanks as always
Nope not true, still available below are the part numbers to quote:

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1L/ R132C1L
5L/ R132C5L
20L/ R132C20L
205L/ R132C205L

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G'day - long shot... but are AU stone trays still available? I believe T3 TS50 is same as other models.

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I believe the bolts are unique with special taper and shank. Suggest try get good secondhand ones or try someone like Hardy Spicer or a driveshaft specialist alike.

6A758 is available: $15
6C758 is also available: $36
6758 is on back order but should be available soon: $180

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Hi GT,

Thank you kindly for the info mate, really appreciate.

The team over at SRP came up with the goods! Dropped a fresh set of bolts off Thursday! Bloody legends

With respect to PCV, I just purchased another spare engine and looks like its got most the pieces i need. But i'll be going the catch can route anyway and it'll better serve the turbo kit that just landed. Plus i don't trust myself with those finicky little connections haha

But brother, thanks again for the follow-up and info, testament to the community!
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Nope not true, still available below are the part numbers to quote:

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1L/ R132C1L
5L/ R132C5L
20L/ R132C20L
205L/ R132C205L

Pre Mixed:

Volume/Part Number

5L/ R132P5L
20L/ R132p20L

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Farout I even gave him the part number of R132C5L, Could I get a price on that please. Thanks heaps.
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Old 17-06-2023, 10:31 AM   #1478
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G'day - long shot... but are AU stone trays still available? I believe T3 TS50 is same as other models.

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Old 17-06-2023, 10:31 AM   #1479
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Thank you kindly for the info mate, really appreciate.

The team over at SRP came up with the goods! Dropped a fresh set of bolts off Thursday! Bloody legends

With respect to PCV, I just purchased another spare engine and looks like its got most the pieces i need. But i'll be going the catch can route anyway and it'll better serve the turbo kit that just landed. Plus i don't trust myself with those finicky little connections haha

But brother, thanks again for the follow-up and info, testament to the community!
All good happy to help..
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Old 17-06-2023, 10:32 AM   #1480
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Farout I even gave him the part number of R132C5L, Could I get a price on that please. Thanks heaps.
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Hey mate,

I will need to confirm early next week but I am sure its around $85.

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GT,

Are those 2 Watt original instrument cluster panel bulbs still available? Apparently some of the LED's I've replaced them with tend to flicker of late.

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Old 18-06-2023, 07:48 PM   #1482
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Are those 2 Watt original instrument cluster panel bulbs still available? Apparently some of the LED's I've replaced them with tend to flicker of late.

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Sorry mate, long gone..
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Old 23-06-2023, 02:05 PM   #1484
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Hiya, are there any flag nuts on the parts list? I found one sitting on the plastic tray under the engine, no idea where it came from!
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Old 23-06-2023, 02:16 PM   #1485
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Hiya, are there any flag nuts on the parts list? I found one sitting on the plastic tray under the engine, no idea where it came from!
Flag nuts? No idea what you mean.

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Old 23-06-2023, 02:20 PM   #1486
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I posted the pic in this thread
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Old 23-06-2023, 02:30 PM   #1487
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Old 23-06-2023, 02:34 PM   #1488
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Never been bitten by one then? See this video for example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNZi-gMxp3w from 1 minute onward and note the comment about "..if you don't have a story about a flag nut you haven't worked on cars long enough..." Also and https://www.efc-intl.com/viewitems/b...nut-assemblies and https://www.stanleyengineeredfasteni...s/optia/gripco
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Old 23-06-2023, 02:36 PM   #1489
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Old 23-06-2023, 03:05 PM   #1490
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In fairness they do seem to have gone out of vogue perhaps replaced with captive nuts. Used to come across them more often in vehicles and farm machinery I worked on in the 60's and 70's.
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In post 1487. I've seen them on the lower control arm unit on the AU2. I know I had both lower control arms replaced and seen them. Instead of the nut type, mine was part of the bolt head.
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I wonder if modern OHS practices is why the went out of vogue; as I, and doubtless many others know from experience, however careful you are, it's all to easy to catch your fingers and crush them between the flag and whatever part they were designed to stop against while holding them out of sight to start them on the bolt you are turning. Jeep in particular seemed to like using them.
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Old 27-06-2023, 10:59 AM   #1494
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Ack!!! It got me to near work but that’s about it…

GT, hombre, can you help?


The hose has green bands on it - not sure if that means it’s original or one of the recall era.
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Old 27-06-2023, 01:28 PM   #1495
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The hose has green bands on it - not sure if that means itís original or one of the recall era.
LHR ute brake hose. That VIN does not have any recalls against it past or present.

Hose is $104, could most probably get one for you tomorrow pending stock. If not wont be till end of week.

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Does anyone know the part numbers for door actuators on an XH Falcon Ute 1999, I can't see any. I'm trying to hunt them down as mine broke (door locks keep cycling)
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Old 27-06-2023, 02:13 PM   #1497
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Does anyone know the part numbers for door actuators on an XH Falcon Ute 1999, I can't see any. I'm trying to hunt them down as mine broke (door locks keep cycling)
Both sides take 96DA220A20BA, its just screwed on the bracket differently pending on which side.
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Both sides take 96DA220A20BA, its just screwed on the bracket differently pending on which side.
Brilliant, thanks, hopefully my mechanic can source them
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Thanks - waiting on a local manufacturer to get back with their suggestions, else will hit you up. My workmate looked at the mess and casually said ďAir brakes; niceĒ.

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LHR ute brake hose. That VIN does not have any recalls against it past or present.

Hose is $104, could most probably get one for you tomorrow pending stock. If not wont be till end of week.

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[QUOTE=GTLEGEND;6822819]Both sides take 96DA220A20BA, its just screwed on the bracket differently pending on which side.[/QUOT
I have some if interested

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