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Old 10-20-2009, 02:26 PM
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How do I tell if I have ARP studs?

New to diesels but looking at the heads it has a stud with a 12point nut. Is this how they came from the factory? Or does my truck already have studs?
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If its a nut it should be a stud underneath it
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They came factory with bolts
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They came factory with bolts
Well I must have studs then cause its definetly not a bolt
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Yeah i'd say you have studs then!
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Well I must have studs then cause its definetly not a bolt
you lucky dawg.......
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Take a pic and post it
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Take a pic and post it
good thinking.
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New to diesels but looking at the heads it has a stud with a 12point nut. Is this how they came from the factory? Or does my truck already have studs?

Yep! it's studs! I would take myself out to dinner and celebrate, ya done scored!
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ARP's also say arp around the top of the stud, thats another give away.
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