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ARP With roller rockers and girdles Typical Ford small block B : 1.900"

ARP 200-7201

070-200-7201

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ARP With roller rockers and girdles Typical Ford small block B : 1.900" $88.99
With roller rockers and girdles
Typical Ford small block
  • B: 1.900"
  • C: .750"
  • D: 1.000"
  • E: 7/16"-20
  • F: 7/16"-14
  • App. Code: 5

  • Specifications:

    Base Thread Length (in.)
    0.75
    Base Thread Size (in.)
    7/16-14
    Effective Stud Length (in.)
    1.9
    Guideplate Locator Shank
    Yes
    Quantity
    Sold as a set of 16
    Rocker Arm Nut Thread Length (in.)
    1
    Rocker Arm Nut Thread Size (in.)
    7/16"-20
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    200-7201

    ARP's Rocker Arm Studs are designed to provide positive seating every time, concentric within .005 T.I.R. thread pitch to thread pitch. They run-in straight and true for consistant rocker geometry. An extra large radius base offers greater resistance to flex. Available in both High Performance and Pro Series models.

    Note: Not to be used with OEM-style, self-locking nuts. To be used with ARP's patented Perma-Loc adjusters.

    High Performance Series: Made of 8740 chrome moly forgings and heat-treated to 180,000 psi. Excellent for E.T. Bracket Racing, limited rule oval track competition and street use. Tip ground flush for optimum adjuster seating.

    Pro Series: Designed for competition applications, made of premium grade 8740 chrome moly steel and heat-treated to a tensile strength of 190,000 psi.



    200-7201 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Top tier quality I was torn between these and a set by Crane Cams, some 99159-16's. I'm using them on a set of high revving 351 Cleveland heads. In the end I wanted the absolute best in quality for what I was doing, so I pony'd up for the higher priced ARP's. ARP studs have never failed me in any of my builds so I know I can trust them. I've bent pushrods, broken poly-locks but a rocker bolt has never failed. Piece of mind sometimes costs more, but it's worth it in the end.
    Date published: 2014-12-26
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