ARP Fasteners 134-7104 S/B Chevy 305 Rocker Arm Stud Kit
305 Chevy Small Block V8, 2.60" Overall Length, Steel, 3/8"-24 Thread Pitch, Black Oxide, Black
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- Made of 8740 chromoly forgings
- Heat treated to 180,000 psi
- Tip ground flush for optimum adjuster seating
- 1.895" overall stud height
- .710" screw in thread depth
- 1.000" adjuster thread depth
- 3/8"-24 shank diameter and thread
- 7/16"-14 base diameter and thread
Tech Note: It is highly advisable to determine what the optimum rocker arm stud length is for your particular application. This is especially true when "long" pushrods and valves are employed - you should raise the "installed height" of the rocker arm to compensate for the longer-than-stock components.
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