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i just install ARP head stud and gasket on my 6.4,torque them to 275 like instruction said,i notice when i was torquing the nuts that the nut kind of back off or the stud itself is twisting when you release pressure from torque wrench,not by very much,but all of them did it,just wondering if its normal or if anybody run into the same thing
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275 FT/LBS?? Really? WOW and I thought that 210 was a lot.

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http://arpdiesel.com/Instructions/250-4203.pdf

u had plenty of lube correct ?

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Yes,i did use the lube that came whit it,on your link there asking for 325,pretty sure my instruction sheet said 275,will check tomorrow
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I had mine done at 325

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Pretty sure mine are torqued 10 over spec. They were once torqued studs.

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Different lubes require different torques. Go by what comes in the package, those instructions may be older

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Thank's for the info,i did use the lube that came whit it,also had added 10 lbs,e mailed ARP,according to them,its because of the long stud,
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