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05-12-2007 09:47 PM
Chevrolet4x4s why not just use stock bolts cheap and stronger than all thread
05-12-2007 09:29 PM
Blazin72 Are you talking about using all-thread to hold the heads to the block? All-thread won't have the tensile strength to sufficiently seal the head to the block. That is not a good idea.

ARP head studs usually have a tensile strength higher than a typical Grade 8 bolt. I'd guess that most all-thread is Grade 3, maybe Grade 5 at best.
05-12-2007 09:18 PM
threaded rod head studs

i was wondering if i could take threaded rod and cut it into the right size and use them as head studs
would the threads inside the heads cause any harm?

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