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Exhaust hanging brackets' bolts

Hello all,
Long time since I don't post anything in the forum. The MO has really been a great car and it has been bone stock since day one. Now I decided to add an aftermarket hitch and while dropping the exhaust to fit the hitch, I noticed that the bolts that hold the hanging brackets are badly corroded. I was able to take them out but I would like to replace them with new hardware.
Does anyone know what size bolts are used?
There are two brackets, one with 4 bolts and another one with 2 much longer bolts (actually they seem unnecessarily long).
Thank you in advanced.
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I don't know, but why not take the old bolts to an ACE Hardware or other hardware store and match them? If you want to minimize rust, buy replacements in stainless steel.

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I don't know, but why not take the old bolts to an ACE Hardware or other hardware store and match them? If you want to minimize rust, buy replacements in stainless steel.
Good point. I was hoping to have the hardware all ready by the time I start the install but if I need to take the old bolts to the store, so be it.

Thanks for the advice.
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