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Installation Instructions for 250-4202

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Is there any follow up torque needed afer some drive time on these ARPs? I had heard that from a not so reliable sorce but wanted to check.

2003 6.0 F350 dually on high cholesterol fuel (WVO)
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Re-torquing?

Hi Clay,
When using ARP Ultra-Torque, there is no need for re-torquing our fasteners. However, some gasket manufacturers have different requirements to properly seat and seal their gaskets. Please refer to the instructions provided with your gasket. Please not that when re-torquing is required by your gasket manufacturer, ARP does NOT recommend hot re-torquing of any type. Only re-torque after the engine has completely cooled.
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Thanks, OEM gaskets do not require this I dont think.

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