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Old 12-29-2008, 09:16 PM
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Tq spec on head bolts and studs

What are the tq spec on ford head bolts and what are the tq spec of ARP head studs?
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What year is your truck?
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What year is your truck?
It is a 2003 6.0
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studs you dont have a spec on just the nuts themselves. and the specs for the nuts should have come with the package. cant remember what the spec was. do you want the specs for stock head bolts as well?
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I think Headbolts are ? torque then 1/4 turn. Headstuds are 250 ft.lbs.
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studs you dont have a spec on just the nuts themselves. and the specs for the nuts should have come with the package. cant remember what the spec was. do you want the specs for stock head bolts as well?

Yes on the stock bolts. The ARP Studs didn't come with any specs
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yeah the studs are pretty much hand tight, and i think 6.0 specs on the bolt is around 240
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stock is like 90ft + 1/4 turn. ARP's are 250 ft/tq. good mod todo!
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stock is like 90ft + 1/4 turn. ARP's are 250 ft/tq. good mod todo!
Thats what I was thinking. 85-90 ft.lbs.
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