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Old 06-10-2013, 11:03 AM   #1
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Does anyone know the part # for the ARP Manifold Studs off hand?


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There really not needed , the stock bolts or studs work very well or studs from a local nut and bolt place , ARP is kind of over kill in that area , what ever you choose make sure you use anti-seze

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Old 06-10-2013, 11:39 AM   #3
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There really not needed , the stock bolts or studs work very well or studs from a local nut and bolt place , ARP is kind of over kill in that area , what ever you choose make sure you use anti-seze

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Yea I figured but Ive already spent so much on my car with all the new stuff I bought so whats a few more $$ anyway, lol
Im not sure if whats on it are stock or not but they look F*&%ed so Im not going to reuse them.

Only place to get a stock set is the dealer so they'll probably cost as much as a set of arp or just about so figured might as well buy a set.
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