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Old 07-15-2006, 06:21 PM   #1
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NEEDED!!! MAS mounting screws!!!

Ok, so I DESPERETLY need the mounting bolts that are used to hold the Mass Air Flow Sensor onto the stock OR aftermarket (they're the same size) intake tube

there is a total of 2

They're very small, one mounts the MAS on the top left corner, the other on the bottom right corner.

They look like a 5 star with a circle in the middle that extends up.

I need both of them


Mine are very stripped, and I'm taking off my CAI to do some work, and I'll need my stock tube back on, but I can't get the MAS off because of the stripped bolts.

I can't find any other that fir on there


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Old 07-15-2006, 07:35 PM   #2
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Goto the hardware store and pick up some new ones with the same thread and a more common head. I just sloted mine and use a flathead.
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Old 07-15-2006, 08:25 PM   #3
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I must have tried a 100 diff bolts and what not. Some metric, some not

I couldn't find ANYTHING!!!!! that threaded on there nicely. Some threaded down not even half, but I don't wanna risk stripping something

any other ideas?
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Maybe try a different hardware store - I did the same thing, just went down to the local ACE hardware store and I was able to find a suitable replacement. It doesn't have to be a perfect fit replacement, just something close to the same size and thread type.
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Borrow or buy a tap and die set. Then you can find out what the thread is plus you could clean the thread up with the correct tap and the replace the bolts with cap screw (allen head) from a harware store. You could also try mscdirect.com or a fasenal distributor. Those screw are not a odball thread, I think they just need to be cleaned up and once they are, you will find the correct screw that goes in easily
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