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Old 09-07-2012, 05:21 AM
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ARP assembly lube?

Is the ARP assembly lube just white lithium grease? Basic engine assembly grease?
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Old 09-07-2012, 05:34 AM
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ARP claims it is "special" lube to ensure correct torque... Not sure I would use anything else as its a pretty critical torque process.
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Old 09-07-2012, 05:41 AM
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ARP-bolts.com | ARP Ultra-Torque
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ok so I guess that answers that. So how much is needed for a single head job?
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ok so I guess that answers that. So how much is needed for a single head job?
Maybe I should ask the question in a diffrent way,,I have read in other post's that the small tube that comes in the kit is not enought to do the job. What do u think?
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I got mine here.

ARP 100-9910 Ultra Torque Assembly Lubricant - 10 oz. Brush Top Container : Amazon.com : Automotive ARP 100-9910 Ultra Torque Assembly Lubricant - 10 oz. Brush Top Container : Amazon.com : Automotive
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IMO you should order an extra tube, that little tube is little lol. It will barley get the first 5 studs if you lube them up correctly
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That's why I ordered the 10oz bottle with the brush.
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That is dumb .. they brag about including the lube for free so you can do the install per spec .. then they don't give you enough ?
first I heard about that , Hope My dealer got it situated properly
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That is dumb .. they brag about including the lube for free so you can do the install per spec .. then they don't give you enough ?
first I heard about that , Hope My dealer got it situated properly
I agree,first off $450 + for a box of bolts? Whats the profit margin on that? And then short change the broke bazztard u just soaked?
Mine should be here monday!
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