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Old 04-22-2011, 01:26 AM   #1
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Default ARP part #'s Head & Main studs

Hi all.

Can anyone help me with the correct ARP head and main stud p #'s for sbc, shp block, 350 mains,
and Dart pro1 215's.

I've trolled the forum with the search engine but no joy.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 04-22-2011, 01:52 AM   #2
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For the mains use the "small journal" sbc stuff. When I did mine, the long studs for the later SBC stuff didn't have enough thread to clamp the cap...............Part number you need is....134-5402. Use the bolts supplied for the outer splayed stuff.


Head studs are the same as the standard SBC Pro 1 Stuff............134-4001 Hex, and 234-4301 12-pt.

Good luck bud...........enjoy your build........
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Thanks Jake, helpful as always

at a bit of a crossroad with my build, may have some more "interesting" questions soon

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Old 04-22-2011, 03:05 AM   #4
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On head studs we have been using the ARP P/N 234-4332 which is .950 long compared to the 234-4301

That being said using a .750 stud on a big bore block that bottoms out on the deck will cause more cylinder distortion at the top where ring seal is key.

We Bottom tap the head bolt holes and drop a small ball bearing in the hole and bottom the stud out on the ball bearing in stead of the deck and cylinder distrortion seem minimal at the top of the cylinder.

The .750 reach studs are for the stock blocks with decks that are thin and go into the water jackets.
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Carl..........I think if I were to use a longer head stud it would get into my rocker stands.........not sure though.

Here is an old pic of it with the T&D stuff.............i don't think the longer stud would work in my app. What do you think Carl?
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Carl..........I think if I were to use a longer head stud it would get into my rocker stands.........not sure though.

Here is an old pic of it with the T&D stuff.............i don't think the longer stud would work in my app. What do you think Carl?
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The studs I use just reach longer in the the bolt hole of the block as they really should not be any longer with what sticks out of the deck.
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Old 04-22-2011, 03:16 PM   #7
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Ahhh...........perfect. Thanks for clearing that up.
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