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Question who has the best price on ARP studs?

I have been searching the net and it's all over the place. I'm looking for the arp 250-2402 kit.
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Browns Diesel, a sponsor here has them for $399
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I second Brown's. That's where I got mine.
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Well it looks like Browns then ,that was the best price I could find when I was searching and no sale taxes too.Brown seems to be well recommended also

What is the general opinion on the new thread lube that ARP is selling?I did some research n it looks good compared to anti seize,moly lube or just plain oil.Any opinions?

Thanks gents!
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the new assembly lube allows you to get the maximum torque out of the studs so they have a better clamping force on the heads...

big improvement in my opinion.
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