ARP 150-2201 Ford 289-460V8 Pressure Plate Bolt Kit
Ford Small Block V8, Ford FE V8, Ford Big Block V8, .97" Overall Length, .77" Under Head Length
- Features a large diameter with a low-profile design
- Has a 1/2" diameter head and a .780" under head length
- Will fit the 1985 and earlier Ford 289-460 engines
- Made from premium grade chromoly and hardened to a nominal tensile strength of 180,000 psi.
- Features a black oxide finish for added protection
The importance of pressure plate bolts in racing or hi-performance street application cannot be emphasized nearly enough. These fasteners play a key role in both the performance and safety of a vehicle. Because of this, ARP has developed a special pressure plate bolts that are application specific to ensure the optimum grip length. ARP offers High Performance Series bolts that are made from a premium grade chromoly and hardened to a nominal tensile strength of 180,000 psi.
- Large diameter, low-profile design
- 1/2" diameter head
- .780" underhead length
- Complete set with washers
- Fits 1985 and earlier Ford 289-460
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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