this is the best post on this web site for the past 2 months ...hawaiian stop giving really bad tech advise, you well hurt somebody. cyclone was just saying it in a nice way I GET TO THE POINT . hand
See I'm not completely talking out my ass.sphss And there is other good stainless out there, you just have to know where to find it, and know people who know what they're talking about and can tell you the tensile strength of a particular bolt.hey there is good stainless out there. arp stuff is good. but how are you gonna know unless it breaks?
I've been following your build (of course). Good luck on finishing her up.Looks good!! I no what you mean by having to rig stuff..I'm getting close on my TX project my self.I took off this week from work to try to finish up.If my NOS button shows up tomorrow I can finish the wiring and fire motor to break in.I no I don't need it to fire the motor just wanted to finalize all wiring before firing up. Keep up the good work.
Thanks Ralph.you have done an EXCELLENT jobdevil
Like I said before Jim, it's a good thing you brought it up. Look at all the questions it raised. I stopped into my local bolt and nut warehouser today and picked up some black oxide (exceeds grade 8 standards) along with washers and nylocks to finish my job right. I was just waiting to get the proper stuff.Dan i'm sorry if i stirred up the hornet's nest on these loader bolt's.But i've been there and yes i have raced plus i know the safe way of doing thing's.
Just like it was said in here use Grade 8's and antisieze the piss out of them.
Yes, the intake is theaded too. In fact I'm using nylocks and double nutting them. That might be overkill, but better safe than sorry.Are they threaded into the intake as well as nylocks on the back?