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I found these under the car this morning and do not know where they fell out of

I have a 78 300 cd, and was backing out of the driveway to work a few minutes ago and noticed this pile of nuts bolts and washers laying in the middle of the driveway. I did a quick check under the car, but did not see where they could have fallen out of. does anyone recgonize these and where they go?

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These clamp and isolate the exhaust pipe to the rear of the transmission.
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Odd, the bolts don't look stripped. Can't tell on the nuts. They were just laying there?? I suppose vibrations could have loosened them.

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