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thermostat bolt thread size

Does anybody know what the thread size is for the thermostat bolts? I think 1 of the holes is stripped and I want to have a helicoil on hand before I do a nother coolant flush
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All I remember is that it is a metric thread


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M8 x 1.25 is the most common bolt thread size on the 6.0. I'd be really surprised if that wasn't it

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M8 x 1.25 is the most common bolt thread size on the 6.0. I'd be really surprised if that wasn't it
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Haha well I can say for sure but at least i'll narrow it down

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M8 x 1.25 is the most common bolt thread size on the 6.0. I'd be really surprised if that wasn't it
Are the threads on top of these studs the same as the bottom?
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