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Default Starter mounting bolts

So, I moved last year and missed placed my starter mounting bolts for my '79. Usually I bag and tag everything or I thread the bolts back into the part before I put them on the shelf. So can someone here tell me the dimisions of the starter mounting bolts. I am not using a Hitachi, I am using a tech cycle starter.

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I am not using a Hitachi, I am using a tech cycle starter.

meaning the hitachi was originally there? then you need the hitachi thread size.
prestolite is 1/4-20 thread. H may be a metric thread.As far as length, 3/8 to 1/2 inch past the starter.
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