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Old 08-02-2008, 09:38 AM
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6.4L head studs

goin to be building up a 2008 f250 and need to find some performance head studs. any suggestions?/websites? thanks
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Old 08-02-2008, 12:02 PM
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I don't think studs are needed !
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Old 08-02-2008, 12:08 PM
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Run a search or ask our vendors. I bet if ARP doesnt have them out yet there on the way.
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Talked to ARP last week. Our local tech is going to get us the dimensions one of these days, and we will be sending them to ARP. I just dont know if he will have one apart any time soon. They are holding the gaskets very good with high hp numbers.
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people have hit 700s with no heads lifting, id be looking to drop that money in something that will help you lift the heads
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thanks alot guys, i am not goin to need them immediatly so i guess im goin to wait till arp studs come out since theyre one of the best.
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people have hit 700s with no heads lifting, id be looking to drop that money in something that will help you lift the heads
WHO HIT 700 PONIES
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WHO HIT 700 PONIES
How many horses you got???
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people have hit 700s with no heads lifting, id be looking to drop that money in something that will help you lift the heads
if you're building the motor, why scrimp on somethinig you know will eventually fail?
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Well none have failed yet... ?
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