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3800SC timing cover freeze plug part number? size? by Curtisk1060
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I have seen many of the 3800SC engine conversion pics where the timing cover hole was plugged using a freeze plug. My question is for those of you that know, is it a 26mm as a 1 inch freeze plug is too small, and 1-1/6 inch is too large? Also if anyone can give a part number and vendor I would appreciate it. I realize I could tap and plug the hole or use the rubber expansion plug but I prefer the clean look of the freeze plug. Any help would be appreciated.
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I can't remember, but pretty sure I used this one: Dorman - Autograde Rubber Expansion Plug 1 In. - Size Range 1 In. - 1-1/8 In.


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Still searching for the correct freeze plug. I know someone has done this before as I have seen pictures/examples...Curtis
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