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ARP 254-1002

ARP Cam Bolt 1970-Up Ford 351C & 351M

070-254-1002

Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 11/23/18

$3.99
ARP Cam Bolt 1970-Up Ford 351C & 351M $3.99
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Cam Bolt
  • 1970-Up Ford 351C & 351M
  • 1971-Up Ford 400
  • 3/8-16
  • 1.580" UHL
  • 1/pkg
  • Specifications:

    Fastener Finish
    Black oxide
    Fastener Head Style
    12-point
    Fastener Material
    Chromoly
    Fastener Style
    Bolt
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Thread Size (in.)
    3/8-16
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    254-1002

    ARP's Camshaft Bolts deliver increased pre-load clamping force and assures positive timing gear register, ending camshaft timing worries. These bolts feature increased material strength that overcomes valve train harmonics and stress, an oversized bolt head flange for cam button retention and reduced socket head size to facilitate easy installation and removal. Includes appropriate fasteners for your application. Available in two versions; High-Performance and Pro Series.

    High-Performance Series: 180,000 psi tensile strength.

    Pro Series: 200,000 psi tensile strength.

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