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Old 08-11-2009, 07:46 PM
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6.0 Headgasket & ARP studs

We currently have a a special on Black Onyx MLS style headgaskets and ARP studs going on.

These black onyx gaskets are just like the OEM MLS style gaskets, with the exception that the OEM design only has the sealant around the border of the gasket and the border of each cylinder, these black onyx gaskets have the sealant applied to the entire surface area, this is to promote a better sealing area, we have used the on all of our customer truck and have no issues whatsoever. These are identical specs as the OEM design, same thickness and same amount of layers, just a revised design, if you will




Typical retail is $700.00 plus shipping and for a limited time, we are selling them for 675.00 plus shipping.

If you have any question feel free to ask.

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These are great gaskets guys! If your gonna put studs in nows the time!
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those gaskets cost $200?!?!?!
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those gaskets cost $200?!?!?!
If that surprises you, you'd crap yourself if you see what Ford actually gets for a pair....
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Yeah fords area quite a bit more.
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wish you had this sale a couple months ago
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wish you had this sale a couple months ago
sorry..I could have of...
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sorry..I could have of...
Its cool, the truck is at the shop now getting studs, egr delete and new oil cooler
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are these the new arp studs 220,000psi
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I would like to ask a bone head question. I have heard of ARP Gen 1 and Gen 2 studs what is the difference and the part # for these Please?
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