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Old 02-16-2009, 07:44 PM
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re using studs

ARP studs are re usable right?
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Yes they are.
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Yes they are.
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I'm glad they are because I'm selling mine.
http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/per...ead-studs.html
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why are you selling yours?
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I'm glad they are because I'm selling mine.
http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/per...ead-studs.html
What truck did you go with? lol
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why are you selling yours?
Because my truck is getting a new long block and I'm gonna leave it stock. It was gonna cost $500 to get the long block studded.

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What truck did you go with? lol
That will come later this week when I get the camera out of my 05. It's still on the lift. My blackberry storm is gave me attitude today and it won't save pictures so I got pissed and threw it on the ARP box and thats why the box is torn.
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Just to put the information there ... "torque to yield" studs are the sort which aren't reusable. They are actually installed (intentionally) in a way which "damages" them by stretching them past elastic deformation into plastic ... a permanent lengthening of the stud. "Torque to yield" would be keywords to look for on the information of any hardware you work with to know whether or not it is reusable.
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I'm glad they are because I'm selling mine.
http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/per...ead-studs.html
Okay I feel pretty stupid. I forgot to post pics but they are there now.
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