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09-01-2017, 09:03 AM #1
Been a long time
Well took the car from under the cover. What a mess been under it a year now, been driving the new GT. Turns out i spun a bearing. Engine is out and going to BLOCKHEAD. Studding the heads too. Is it part # 156-4101 or 256-4201?
Oh and hey Ed how are you doing.
09-01-2017, 11:23 AM #2
Other than some abuse and old age related back issues, Great Will!
Welcome back, glad to hear from you again. As you go through the freshen up for your engine keep us posted. It helps the guys that follow you and of course we will always be here to offer assistance and thoughts as you go through your own rebuild. Joe (Goffin) finally finished documenting his build in one of the best build tutorials I have seen just about the time you went silent.
His doc and tutorial are textbook quality and he includes illustrations, pages and specs from internal Ford build documents (how does he get these things? ). It should be helpful as you progress with your own rebuild. Her is a link to his build => Joe's Build.
Good to have you and your commentary back.
Last edited by eschaider; 09-01-2017 at 11:27 AM.
09-01-2017, 12:00 PM #3
If you are looking for a great deal, we have ARP 2000 headstuds on sale right now for only $299, these is an exclusive deal/part through mmr and they are only compatible with Iron blocks, give us a call if we can help!
805 383 4130
09-01-2017, 12:01 PM #4
09-01-2017, 01:01 PM #5
Will, another apology. the correct part number for the ARP studs is 256-4201. Here is a list of all ARP hardware we need for the engine, click here => ARP Fastener Listing.
The pricing on the MMR studs is quite attractive however the iron block only limitation creates two potential problems for you. The first is, if you are using an aluminum block and the second is the reduced market size you are selling to if you choose to sell the studs at a later date.
The standard ARP 256-4201 head studs do not have the block usage limitations that the MMR studs place upon you. I believe this reseller can provide you with the universal version for the ARP 2000 head stud that will work on both iron and aluminum blocks for a small uptick in price. Click here => ARP 256-4201 head studs. Remember when looking for components the ARP Catalog and Google can frequently be your friend.
Last edited by eschaider; 09-01-2017 at 01:11 PM. Reason: Fixed broken link
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