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07-04-2006 06:33 PM
northernhillbilly I've got the real head bolts on order and I wanted a temprary fix( to move the truck aroud to do other work) Thanks for the info. I'm running stock heads so no studs, but when a pair of alum. heads come my way for sure.
07-04-2006 04:47 PM
northernhillbilly I've got the real head bolts on order and I wanted a temprary fix( to move the truck aroud to do other work) Thanks for the info. I'm running stock heads so no studs, but when a pair of alum. heads come my way for sure.
07-04-2006 11:51 AM
woodz428 A grade 8 bolt will more than serve the purpose. Why did you say temporary? Are you going to get studs?
07-04-2006 09:34 AM
northernhillbilly
1949 flathead head bolts?

I am wondering if using grade 8 bolts for temporary head bolts is ok on a 1949 ford flathead?

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