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Old 01-17-2014, 01:02 PM
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Arp Studs, Gaskets the whole thing

Where is the cheapest place to get arp studs at? Cheapest i have found was 409 on ebay. Also about the head gaskets I can only find kits that sell for 179 but I have no need for the bolts and 179 seems expensive for one side only. Anybody got a hookup for me? What about other brand gaskets I have heard not to go with them? I found a new oil cooler and full egr delete setup already for a great price. Cheers
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Old 01-17-2014, 01:07 PM
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Dont have any great hook up for you but when you do buy your studs make sure you buy the extra bottle of assembly lube. You would think with the cost of those suckers they could throw enough on to do the job but thats not the case.
And yesmake sure you buy the same assembly lube that it comes with. All sorts of test that show its the best stuff.
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Also on the oil cooler stay away from the dorman brand. I have yet to hear anybody that is happy with them.
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What year is your truck?
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OEM oil cooler and OEM head gaskets or you can count on doing it all over again later on.


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What year is your truck?
It's a 2003. Will do with the lube, where can I get that at?
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useually from the people who manufacture and sell the stud kits.
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OK.

What else do I need to complete the job? do I need intake and exhaust manifold gaskets?

1. Oem gaskets
2. Arp studs
3. Egr delete
4. Oilcooler
5. ?
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Intake manifold gaskets for sure unless you wanna try and you the ones on it again but you gonna end up taking the intake manifold off


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Definitely stick with the OEM Style gaskets. You can pay high dollar and get them from Ford and then throw the head bolts in the scrap pile or you can go with the Victor Reinz "Black Diamond" OEM gaskets. Please don't get them confused with the Black Onyx which are junk. Victor Reinz makes the head gaskets for Ford and their Black Diamond gaskets are exactly the same as Ford except the adhesive is a different color. $409. is not a bad price for ARP Head Studs. I can get you two head gaskets and ARP's for $629.00 plus shipping. We also sell an EGR Delete kit but you can pretty much find them anywhere, all the details are on our web site. You'll also need intake manifold gaskets.
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