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    1- Brand new set of arp head studs...part #235-4312...they fit iron bbc block with big cheif heads...cost $243.99 from jegs...sell for $200 obo

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    6 or 12 point ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deangang View Post
    6 or 12 point ?
    12pt nuts

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    Are these still for sale?

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    Has anybody had any problems with ARP head bolts? I put a brand new set in a BBC a couple weeks ago and 3 of them were like bent..they wobbled over 1/8th all the way down...just 3 out of the set....Probably imported junk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sold honda.bought hondo View Post
    Has anybody had any problems with ARP head bolts? I put a brand new set in a BBC a couple weeks ago and 3 of them were like bent..they wobbled over 1/8th all the way down...just 3 out of the set....Probably imported junk?
    All ARP Bolts are made in the USA in California. Might of had something fall on the box. Never had a problem with anything from ARP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 469thecoyote View Post
    All ARP Bolts are made in the USA in California. Might of had something fall on the box. Never had a problem with anything from ARP.
    I too, have had very good luck with the ARP product line, until....I started looking at their Girdle nuts....Not happy with the design, or the quality of the machine work on them....I called ARP here in Ventura, and was referred to the Engineering dept in Santa Paula. A black hole when it came to getting a call back from some engineer... That was 3 months or so ago, and I still haven't heard anything as to why the design was changed, or why the short ones had a different thread from top, (3/8ths NF locking set screw thread) to bottom, standard 7/16ths rocker stud thread.... Weird, it had to be harder to make when the threads were changed 1/2 the way through the part???? AND the longer ones are still 7/16ths top, to bottom...I just reminded myself to call them again tomorrow.......!!

    Anyway, let me repeat, no issues with their hardware until then, and these studs sound as though they have the 8 longer studs required to use with the aftermarket, raised exhaust port design, cylinder heads.... Dart, AFR, Merlin, and a few others.... New, with a 20% discount over Jeg's/Summit/Herbert's mail order houses.....Good luck with the sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by uawrestler View Post
    Are these still for sale?
    Already sold...thanks

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