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I always just double nut the end and you can run them in like that. There is a tool for it but I don't have one. The old ones you can just grab with vise grips and turn them out (since you aren't worried about the the threads. Also, since you have the ARP studs (and you won't need to replace them again) you should loctite the studs into the head. Good luck.
 

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Originally posted by Smaay
ARP studs should be only tightened hand tight with their application lube
Listen to him^^^^^^ I have no specific info on ARP studs so....
 

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you should have gotten a little packet in the box...especially if you got them from MWR....well these are just the exhaust manifold studs? locktite would work.... and the tool is a 6 or 8 torx bit...
 

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Originally posted by Tikked Again
Loctite?
oops....don't know where my head was. lol Smaay, do the factory studs remove with the torx bit? I haven't even looked. I decided to stay with the 2 stock studs and 3 bolts.....
 

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Originally posted by mtskibum16
oops....don't know where my head was. lol Smaay, do the factory studs remove with the torx bit? I haven't even looked. I decided to stay with the 2 stock studs and 3 bolts.....
I just started wondering this same thing, is ther removal of the stock manfold studs a bitch? And is it with that same tool?
 
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