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Cheapest source 11mm head studs

Looking for head studs, 94 dodge shadokw, tbi.
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Looking for head studs, 94 dodge shadokw, tbi.
Check with FWD Performance, high quality but not cheap:

11 mm studs @ $139
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Re: Cheapest source 11mm head studs

Cheap would be reusing head bolts and make sure they reach 90lb ft during the final 1/4 turn.
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Re: Cheapest source 11mm head studs

its a TBI shadow..
you dont need studs.

Head bolts. - rock auto. 10$.. new.
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its a TBI shadow..
you dont need studs.

Head bolts. - rock auto. 10$.. new.
Yep, RA is the cheapest...
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Re: Cheapest source 11mm head studs

https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...head+bolt,5308
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Cheap would be reusing head bolts and make sure they reach 90lb ft during the final 1/4 turn.
lol
no,
cheep would be a $19 felpro print-a-seal gasket..

"cause if ya use one you DON'T need the +1/4 turn..so the bolt torque is irreverent..
seriously

been there .. forgot to do that...Idono how

12 pounds boost ..worked just fine for the whole summer
..until the rod bearings went away ...again..

we really should round up the membership of the sites and petition felpro to start making them again
simply the best short of the cometic gaskets
the mopar stuff is sorry to say, garbage compared to the print-a-seal

friggin dissolves in hot water..yeah great gaskets there mopar ..really nice
like your old cadmium contaminated hemi water pump bearings
cadmium dissolves in hot water...
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Re: Cheapest source 11mm head studs

I have ARP studs in mine, 2.2L T2 running 15 psi, I also have one of the old Mopar Performance HG on it.
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Re: Cheapest source 11mm head studs

as that mopar gasket passes it's 3rd anniversary of contact with water and antifreeze .. I'd strongly recommend swapping it for a new one

3 year old car trade in consideration..punky gasket starting...
5 year need new car .. old car's punky head gasket blew with the first slightest provocation

it seems IT REALLY IS designed to fail within a timeline - just outside of the warranty period

sometimes it's better to buy from those who make and sell parts..they want to sell more parts

buying O-E parts on the other hand brings you to dealing with those who WANT TO SELL CARS
and they WILL GLADLY help you find reason...

all the FORD replacement front parts that went into my crown vic were FAR away from the O-E parts just in service mileage alone

O-E went 140 ooo km's easy
FORD REPLACEMENT good for 40-60 ooo

ford's like that for brake pads and all kinds of stuff

or,
my 01 f150 has had 14-16 coils over the years
finally I refused to buy another from ford and bought a set of msd's

well it's been five years and I haven't had to use the spare one I keep in the glovebox...

somebody wants me to need a new truck - by reputation
somebody wants to sell more coils - by reputation
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Re: Cheapest source 11mm head studs

Cheap head bolts.

Proof torque for 11mm head bolts?
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Re: Cheapest source 11mm head studs

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its a TBI shadow..
you dont need studs.

Head bolts. - rock auto. 10$.. new.

I totally agree...
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as that mopar gasket passes it's 3rd anniversary of contact with water and antifreeze .. I'd strongly recommend swapping it for a new one

3 year old car trade in consideration..punky gasket starting...
5 year need new car .. old car's punky head gasket blew with the first slightest provocation

it seems IT REALLY IS designed to fail within a timeline - just outside of the warranty period

sometimes it's better to buy from those who make and sell parts..they want to sell more parts

buying O-E parts on the other hand brings you to dealing with those who WANT TO SELL CARS
and they WILL GLADLY help you find reason...

all the FORD replacement front parts that went into my crown vic were FAR away from the O-E parts just in service mileage alone

O-E went 140 ooo km's easy
FORD REPLACEMENT good for 40-60 ooo

ford's like that for brake pads and all kinds of stuff

or,
my 01 f150 has had 14-16 coils over the years
finally I refused to buy another from ford and bought a set of msd's

well it's been five years and I haven't had to use the spare one I keep in the glovebox...

somebody wants me to need a new truck - by reputation
somebody wants to sell more coils - by reputation
Gee, interesting opinion. I built this engine in 2004 and actually bought a couple of spare head gaskets. Car ran fine until a Mercedes-Benz ML 320 decided to mate with the right rear corner in Feb 2019. Powertrain sat out of the car until late summer 2018 when I started assembling the 1986 convertible to replace it.

No coolant leaks nor compression issues now that it is installed. Hasn't been run hard yet as the project is still "under construction".

As far as OEM parts, I have had excellent results with Motorcraft parts on the EFI systems and tune up items, I do use aftermarket suspension and steering parts on my truck as Ford doesn't have the special right side inner tie rod any more. I learned the hard way about non-Mopar O2 sensors in our 2005 T & C, took 3 tries to get the correct front one.

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