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ARP 234-2503 Balance Bolt LS
ARP 234-2503 Balance Bolt LS

ARP 234-2503 Balance Bolt LS

Chevy LS V8, M16 X 2.0 Thread Pitch, 12 Point Wrench Type

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ARP 234-2503 Balance Bolt LS
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MFG. Part #:
234-2503
Thread Pitch:
M16 X 2.0
Wrench Type:
12 Point
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Each
GTIN Code:
672036030315

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As the crankshaft flexes and twists, the balancer absorbs incredible amounts of kinetic energy. To ensure that the balancer is locked in position, ARP has developed these ultra strong 200,000 psi bolts that let you exert maximum clamping force. Special features include ¼” thick, wide area washer and an extra tall 12-point head that accepts a deep socket and eliminates the worry of stripping the head.

  • UHL - 4.325"
  • Thread Size - M16 x 2.00
  • Wrencing - 1-1/16"
  • Washer Included

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