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ARP Fasteners 234-5501 S/B Chevy 2 Bolt Main Stud Kit for Windage Tray
ARP Fasteners 234-5501 S/B Chevy 2 Bolt Main Stud Kit for Windage Tray

ARP Fasteners 234-5501 S/B Chevy 2 Bolt Main Stud Kit for Windage Tray

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ARP Fasteners 234-5501 S/B Chevy 2 Bolt Main Stud Kit for Windage Tray
ARP Fasteners 234-5501 S/B Chevy 2 Bolt Main Stud Kit for Windage Tray
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Choose ARP S/B Chevy Main Stud Kits for the ultimate in strength and reliability. These studs fit 2-bolt main blocks and accept windage trays (windage tray not included).

  • Preferred by many professional engine builders
  • Properly positions the gasket
  • Special bullet nose accurately guides the cover into position
  • Made of chrome moly steel with a black oxide finish
  • Nuts feature a wide base for better load distribution and sealing
  • Compact head is easily accessed

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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