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Just seen an article in diesel world about arp installing studs in a 6.4... Anyone know if they're released to the public or know a price? i might give them a call tomorow but just wanted to know if anyone else knew about them.


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Havent heard. keep us posted though. I am interested. Ryan

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Same here. I've been set on getting some Elite head studs for awhile, but if they ARP are comparable and cheaper then I would highly consider ARP for sure

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Does the cab need to be removed to pull the heads?
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To pull the heads I would assume yes but to do studs with the heads on, no.

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To pull the heads I would assume yes but to do studs with the heads on, no.
Exactly, however I am not a big fan of doing one at a time........
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Does the cab need to be removed to pull the heads?
yes. If it was possible to do them with the cab on... it would be easier just to pull the cab


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Mike (bigrpower) off of PSN has a set on his 6.4 and pretty sure he did them 1 by 1 with the cab on

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Mike (bigrpower) off of PSN has a set on his 6.4 and pretty sure he did them 1 by 1 with the cab on
This is correct, and his username on here is mike@psn

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Mike (bigrpower) off of PSN has a set on his 6.4 and pretty sure he did them 1 by 1 with the cab on
We will be starting this job on Monday for our regular cab. Going by Mike's instructions, it should not be too bad. Right around a 5 hour job. We will be changing out the push rods as well.

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