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Mount braket

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by 4drsleeper, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. 4drsleeper

    4drsleeper Junior Member

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    I have a b16 in my 4dr civic, and I did a look around and noticed that the braket that is on the driverside that attaches to the block was missing two bolts. I went and got new bolts and put them in, but they wont tighten down, I go until it gets kinda tight and then it startes all over. I tried to use lock tight but that did not work.. I freaking HATE my car!! PLEASE help, if your thinking about doing a swap and read this "DONT DO IT"!!! I have had nothing but bad luck
     
  2. ef9civicgen4

    ef9civicgen4 Senior Member

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    if you have the problem i think your having, you may have bought a block that came out of a car that was in a front end wreck. like the block itself is broken, and the bolts were ripped out, or a chunk of the block was broke off.

    at least thats what happened to my friends gsr when he got hit head on.
     
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    4drsleeper Junior Member

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    I dont know, I know that the bolts were in when it was installed, but I dont know if they was tight or not.. I was days away from trading it off now I dont think that is going to happen..
     
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    smooth_criminal Senior Member

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    So just because you stripped your threads out of your block you're going to tell others not to swap. [​IMG]
     
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