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Old 11-23-2010, 08:06 PM
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ARP Head Studs

I've been price checking these and they run from 398.00 to 598.00 is there a difference or are they the same stud.
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Old 11-23-2010, 08:18 PM
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Same studs, unless you were looking at H11's, but those are like $700+.

I got mine from Brown's Diesel, $398 shipped.

But Cowboy Diesel is running a special right now on PSN for $375.
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Could you post the link to there site I couldn't find it with the sale price.
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i heard the arps stretch eventually just a rumor but the word around here is arp blows
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Could you post the link to there site I couldn't find it with the sale price.
Sorry man, I forgot to reply on this thread. PM headed your way.
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i heard the arps stretch eventually just a rumor but the word around here is arp blows
Absolutely false. If any HG blows with ARP's and an EGR delete it's from improper installation.
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i heard the arps stretch eventually just a rumor but the word around here is arp blows
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ARP's don't stretch. Not sure where you heard that, but ARP's are used in almost all automotive applications with MUCH higher cylinder pressures than what we run and hold just fine.

Mine have been on my truck for about 70k miles and my heads are still in place.
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All the trucks on here that are running them has to say something about the quality of the ARP head studs.
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i heard the arps stretch eventually just a rumor but the word around here is arp blows
The tinsel strength of an ARP stud is stronger than the block itself. It you pop a gasket with ARP studs it is not because of the studs stretching.
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