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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-12-2006, 08:17 AM Thread Starter
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Any one selling arp rod bolts? looking to replace standard 8740's that come in eagle h-beams to I thank??????? arp #2000's would be the up grade??? also if the torque is different from the factory bolts? i assume the rod's will need at least honed and new bolts installed. thanks Ed. (Dave Mclain you have pm).

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Ed,Doug Herbert Performance Parts

sells the ARP Eagle Rod Replacement Rod bolts.I bought some from them 2 years ago.I just got the new catalog from them and they still show them.8740 bolts have a tensil strength of 190,000 psi. the ARP 2000 bolts are 220,000 psi.They sell 2 different size ARP 2000 Bolts one is 7/16 X 1.600" and the other is 7/16X1.800".The 7/16X1.600" Bolts are Part # PRTB1600-20000 price is $129.99 and the 7/16X1.800" Bolts are Part # ESP20030 price is $184.99 these are Doug Herbert prices and part numbers.Doug Herbert phone number is 1-800-444-7373 i would ask them to make sure part numbers and prices are right.

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THANX, That is exactly what I was looking for, :lol: B-T-W, would you know the torque on the sizes you listed, thanks again Ed

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Ed,Sorry i don't know the torque specs.

I bet if you asked Charlie Evans or Lem Evans on the forum they would probably know.

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LEM, anyone? tried the search no luck, torq on#8740...on 2000's and L-19'S just trying to document for future reference, thanks Ed.

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63# w/8740.....75# w/2000 . Both #s are with ARP moly lube .
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THANK'S

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Searching the forum for torque specs.

So what's the torque spec for the L19 rod bolts?

Thanks!!

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Found this thread on the L19 rod bolts. Hope I didn't sweat on them :lol: :lol:

L19 Rod Bolt Thread

Guess not since they were covered in oil when I disassembled the engine



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FROM EAGLE, arp bolt's w/moly lube,,,,,, 7/16 #8740 =63lb's,,,,,, 7/16 #2000 =75lb's,,,,,, 7/16 #L-19's =79lb's.

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