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Old 02-12-2009, 11:35 AM   #1
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Can someone post a picture or diagram of the bolts that go through the water pump/ timing chain cover for a 88 with a 302
Any fuel injected with a serp belt and windsor blok should be the same
I just looked at a 93 and it appeared to be the same

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I have a 89 timing cover on my 92 302 so all look at the bolt pattern and I can try to get a good picture for you. I don't know if my chilton has one for the 88. Do you just need it because you mixed up the bolt's or... ?
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I have a 89 timing cover on my 92 302 so all look at the bolt pattern and I can try to get a good picture for you. I don't know if my chilton has one for the 88. Do you just need it because you mixed up the bolt's or... ?
Chilton does not have a good picture
Can we just go with "or..."

Many of the bolts were not salvageable due to rust and by the time I found replacements it had been a while and I am not getting any younger so...... what were we talking about?
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Thats what happened to all of my bolts too well three of them. I just baught a new bolt kit at my local orileys. I typed in 302 water pump bolts and it braught up a couple of pictures of the water pump bolted to the timing cover.
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Thats what happened to all of my bolts too well three of them. I just baught a new bolt kit at my local orileys. I typed in 302 water pump bolts and it braught up a couple of pictures of the water pump bolted to the timing cover.
Was this on the Oreilly site?

I tried this on the oreilly site and it didnt work can you give me the site or email me the picture to: powpow1962@yahoo.com

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When I did my water pump, timing cover, timing chain etc... I needed to get about 3 replacment bolts. I went to my local Oreilly auto parts and they had like a one size fits all bolt kit for the 302 waterpump. It was like this, http://www.superiormustangparts.com/...d=WPB-D0OE-306 .

It wasn't $25.00 bucks, I would say I spent $7.00 total I think. I have a 88-89 timing cover on my 92 302 and it worked fine so the bolt kit must be universal. Do you have a Orilleys around you or by you? Otherwise ebay or google should get you started. I have all data and it show's no diagram for the bolt pattern and now when I look on google I don't find much for "302 waterpump bolt layout" or "5.0 waterpump bolts". Is this your daily driver or a project?

Sorry if im not much help, if you can't find the bolt kit cheaper I could maybe buy it and just have you cover postage and the overall price and I could ship you the reciete and bolt kit. That would be last chance if your not having any luck! The bolts only fit in a certain way because there are 2-3 I think that have a nut half way out on the end.
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Lowes has an excellent selection of hardware.
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Thanks Sean
Do you think someone at Lowe can tell me what hardware to use
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I'm sure they won't know what length or thread, so you will need to know that. As far as grades, you can go with grade 5 but I would just get grade 8. If you want to step up more you can get stainless.
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