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    Arp head studs

    Just got my studs what is everyone's advice for install? I know everyone has used them tips tricks advice and torque specs would help I haven't opened the box but I figured I would go to the experts right off. I did Google and searched the forum with little information. So thanks in advance

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    I twerk mine to 50ftlbs. Make sure they are well lubricated before twerking.

    Usually they come with lube


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    Sorry just out of curiosity why so little? the bolts required almost double that!

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    50 ft lbs is a lot. The factory bolts only ask for 37 ft lbs iirc


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    I am 65 on mine. The factory spec is 37ft lbs + 90*, which is WAY more than 37. You can calculate it with the thread pitch and known modulus of elasticity (stretch factor) of the bolt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthursc2 View Post
    I am 65 on mine. The factory spec is 37ft lbs + 90*, which is WAY more than 37. You can calculate it with the thread pitch and known modulus of elasticity (stretch factor) of the bolt.
    I think ARP provides the shear strength for their bolts on the website.
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    That doesn't help when trying to calculate clamp load with the oem style TTY bolts tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthursc2 View Post
    That doesn't help when trying to calculate clamp load with the oem style TTY bolts tho
    Gotcha, after I re-read your post.
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