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Difference between aftermarket head studs?

Can anyone explain the difference between the various brands of aftermarket head studs on the market for the 6.0? Or are they all pretty much identical?
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ARP is the most commonand a great product

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The most common are the arp and the h-11. the h-11's are harder than the arp's and cost about $200 more than the arp.


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The most common are the arp and the h-11. the h-11's are harder than the arp's and cost about $200 more than the arp.
The ARP's are 220,000 psi tensile strength and the H-11's are 240,000 psi tensile strength and a little more expensive. The ARP's will hold up fine.

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