ARP 200-2802 Chevy Flywheel Bolts
Chevy Small Block V8, Chevy Big Block V8, Ford Inline Four, 1.25" Overall Length, Steel
- Has an exclusive, flat, 12-point head design
- Overall length measures 1.25" and has a 200,000 psi rating
- They were originally developed for NASCAR Winston Cup competition
- Specially designed to fit the Chevrolet 90° V6 & 265-454 Chevy V8 with 2-pc rear seal
- Features a larger than stock shank diameter for increased strength and improved flywheel register
Flywheel bolts play an important role in the performance and safety of race cars and street machines alike. That’s why the fastener experts at ARP develop special bolts that are far superior to OEM hardware. Forged from aerospace alloy and heat-treated prior to thread rolling and machining.
Fits Chevrolet 90° V6 & 265-454 Chevy V8 with 2-pc rear seal. Set of 6 bolts.
- Exclusive, flat, 12-point head design
- Larger than stock shank diameter for increased strength and improved flywheel register
- Originally developed for NASCAR Winston Cup competition
- Has a 200,000 psi rating
Item Details7/16"-20 x 1.00"
When using this bolt for an early Ford Flathead application (1948-older car and 1947-older truck), block clearance due to the length of the bolt will need to be checked.
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