auburn 1931 -1932 Head bolts

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05 Oct 2003 17:41 #847 by crownmilano1
crownmilano1 created the topic: auburn 1931 -1932 Head bolts
Wondering if anyone can share whether or not there were any acorn type head bolts used on the auburn small 8 cylinder engines in 1931-1932? Or where they just a plain #5 bolt that is used?
Wondering if anyone can email me pictures of detailed engines to use as a referance on 8-98A and 8-100A engines thanks

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05 Oct 2003 18:46 #848 by Mike Dube
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Bolts should be used, not studs and acorn nuts. I have some pics of my pretty correct engine compartment I could email you

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06 Oct 2003 21:07 #853 by Auburn/Cord Parts
Auburn/Cord Parts replied the topic: RE: Auburn Head Bolts
Mike is right - no acorn headed bolts for 1931-33 Auburn engines. Just grade 5 cap screws with either a plain or a "W" embossed head.

Sorry, I don't have a detailed engine photo but the 1931-33 engines were rather plain and mostly painted with the olive drab green. Black for distributor, starter, generator, and sometimes the oil pan. Also black for the fan blades. The spark plug wires had an aluminum cover and either a black or brown distributor cap.

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