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Old 02-20-2014, 12:48 AM   #1
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Default OP wants his build spoon fed to him, one bolt and washer at a time.

I am doing a auto to manual transmission swap, and I will be using Flyin` Miata Level 1 Clutch Happy Meal. And do not want to reuse any of the old rusty bolts.

What are the OEM Part Number for Flywheel and Pressure Plate Bolts / Washers?

Are the transmission casing bolts the same on Auto vs Manual?
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I'm pretty sure FM supplies the pressure plate bolts with their flywheel, since they're a different thread.

Add rosenthal Mazda's website to your favorites, you'll use them all the time.

http://parts.arlingtonmazda.com/prod...2d511A%29.html
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I'm pretty sure FM supplies the pressure plate bolts with their flywheel, since they're a different thread.

Add rosenthal Mazda's website to your favorites, you'll use them all the time.

BOLT,LOCK-FLYWHEEL (F201-11-511A) - $3.68 - F20111511A
Thanks let me ask FM see if they include pressure plate bolts then.
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I dont think the tranny housing bolts are the same between auto and manual. I think the auto ones are longer. But check the parts diagrams.
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Thanks let me ask FM see if they include pressure plate bolts then.
Just got the reply from them. Their FM Clutch/Flywheel Happy Meal don't come with any bolts or washers.
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bump for Pressure Plate Bolts / Washers help
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Flyin' Miata : Engine/Drivetrain : Transmission : 1990-05 FM lightweight flywheel

Unlike what is said in this thread, one of FM's big selling points is that it uses the same bolts as a stock flywheel. FM even advertises it as such.
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Found Flywheel Bolt

Still need help on the Pressure Plate Bolts / Washers
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Bro, go to the rosenthal site I linked. They're right next to the flywheel bolts under "drivetrain"
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Bro, go to the rosenthal site I linked. They're right next to the flywheel bolts under "drivetrain"
Found it! Thanks!

BOLT (9YA0-00-804)
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Seems like I missed the WASHER, SPRING (999??0800) cannot see clearly in the parts manual

But I can only find:
WASHER, SPRING (9997-11-000)
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Seems like I missed the WASHER, SPRING (999??0800) cannot see clearly in the parts manual

But I can only find:
WASHER, SPRING (9997-11-000)
Thats literally just a split lockwasher, hardware store it.
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Bump for help in finding the OEM PP Washer part number
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Thats literally just a split lockwasher, hardware store it.
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Bump for help in finding the OEM PP Washer part number
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I hope your firesuit is close, it s hot in here....
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Confucius say, perhaps one whose google-fu and part-lookup-fu is so weak should not attempt auto to manual transmission conversion project.
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Guys hardware store over here in Hong Kong is non existent for this kinda specific stuff, and I am ordering a bunch of OEM parts from the US at the same time; thats why I want to order this OEM PP Washer.

And that page of the service manual pdf is faded so I couldn't see the exact part number.
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www.jimellismazdaparts

Has diagrams with part numbers.
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