ARP Fasteners 534-9501 Small Block Chevy Engine Fastener Kit
Chevy Small Block V8, 12 Point Wrench Type, Stainless Steel, Polished
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It’s easy to assemble a show-quality engine when you use ARP’s handy Engine & Accessory Fastener Kit. Virtually everything you need comes completely organized in one convenient package. More importantly, each and every fastener is superior in strength to the OEM bolts, and also significantly better than hardware grades (even Grade 8).
Plus, these fasteners are made of a specially alloyed Stainless 300 material, which has the added benefit of being virtually impervious to rust and corrosion. The stainless steel is polished to achieve a brilliant luster, and provides a distinctive, maintenance-free environment. Each kit has a dozen different type fasteners, all neatly organized and labeled in protective vacuum-wrapped packages.
- 12 point heads
- Polished stainless steel 300 material
- 170,000 psi tensile strength
Fits 1955-1986 265-400 c.i. Small Block Chevy (1987 & newer EFI engines may require additional fasteners).
Note: Some bolts may be too short if using aluminum oil pan or valve covers.
101-5349501 Data (PDF)
- Intake manifold bolts
- Valve cover bolts
- Thermostat housing bolts
- Alternator bracket bolts
- Distributor bracket bolts
- Motor mount bolts
- Oil pan bolts
- Coil bracket bolts
- Header bolts
- Front cover bolts
- Water pump bolts
- Fuel pump bolts
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