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Old 12-16-2012, 05:36 AM
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Question Another brand of Head Studs???

Just a thought, but does anyone know of another company that makes head studs for the 6.0? Or does ARP have a monopoly? Any experience with other brands? Price difference? Quality difference?
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Old 12-16-2012, 05:43 AM
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Just a thought, but does anyone know of another company that makes head studs for the 6.0? Or does ARP have a monopoly? Any experience with other brands? Price difference? Quality difference?
I think A1 Technologies makes a set of H-11 studs
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Old 12-16-2012, 05:44 AM
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There are a few companies out there. Here is one that is cheaper than ARP but I wouldn't recommend them.

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I know A1 makes studs similar to ARP and they also make H11s, which offer a little bit higher strength than ARPs but both of their stud options I believe are higher in price than ARP.

I think ARP is tough to beat for the money.
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Almost twice the amount of money. I believe they are rated at 240,000 psi tensile strength and the ARP's are rated at 220,000 psi
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I have the a1 tech h11's on my truck


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A guy back home thinks he's got a set he ordered for someone that never showed up. Willing to sale at cost but he couldn't remember what brand. He said they weren't ARP. He'll be back at the shop Monday to let me know what brand. I don't have any issues right now and if it ain't broke I'm not gonna fix it but if I find a really good I'm just sayin.

Thanks for the input pleased keep it coming...
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kepp us posted as to what brad they are
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