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Head studs on 7.3??

I have buddy that's looking to replace the head on the passenger side of his 1999 f250 Powerstroke does he have to replace the head studs or can he use the old ones? But retorque them and lock tight them?


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Mew ones! Does he want head STUDS or Bolts


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Mew ones! Does he want head STUDS or Bolts


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Well can he reuse his stock bolts or does he have to buy new ones?


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Id say new ones! Throw studs in it


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But he'll have bolts on the driver side and studs on passenger side won't that mess it up?



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Ught never mind then


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