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ARP Fasteners 134-6003 Connecting Rod Bolt Set, Chevy 350, 3/8 Inch
ARP Fasteners 134-6003 Connecting Rod Bolt Set, Chevy 350, 3/8 Inch

ARP Fasteners 134-6003 Connecting Rod Bolt Set, Chevy 350, 3/8 Inch

350 Chevy Small Block V8

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ARP Fasteners 134-6003 Connecting Rod Bolt Set, Chevy 350, 3/8 Inch
ARP Fasteners 134-6003 Connecting Rod Bolt Set, Chevy 350, 3/8 Inch
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GTIN Code:
672036001957

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Unquestionably the most important fasteners in any engine are the connecting rod bolts, as they hold the key to the entire rotating assembly. ARP High Performance series rod bolts are forged from 8740 chromoly steel. They feature rolled threads and large cold-formed fillets in the head-to-shank area for increased strength.

  • Up to 5x stronger than stock bolts
  • 200,000 psi tensile strength
  • Black oxide finish
  • Complete set for 8 rods

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Torque Spec w/ Lube: 50 ft. lbs.
Stretch: .0063"
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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