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Old 05-26-2004, 01:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dana 60 High Steer Studs! The real deal!

Well you asked for them, here they are.

* Fine threads on both ends
* Custom made for Dedenbear by ARP
* 220,000 psi tensile strength(stock is 180,000)
* Fits all Dana 60 high steer arms

D60112-----Single stud--------$9.00 each
D60116K----4-stud kit---------$29.00($7.25 per stud)
D60117K----5-stud kit---------$35.00($7.00 per stud)

These are available now!

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Old 05-26-2004, 04:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Do they have the thicker "shoulder" in the non threaded area, like GM units?



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Old 05-27-2004, 09:32 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Do they have the thicker "shoulder" in the non threaded area, like GM units?



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No, these are .500, we found that most of the aftermarket arms are made to .500 rather than .527(or close to it)
If you are running tapered nuts or washers the studs will be centered in the holes and will not touch the walls of the arm, whether the holes in the arms are .501 or .550
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Old 05-27-2004, 12:10 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I just bought two sets from you for my highsteer arms, and the studs I received are fine thread on one end and coarse thread on the other. Is it possible to swap them out? I was surprised to see this when I received them, I figured they would be fine thread on both ends due to the large forces placed on them from the steering arms.

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Old 05-27-2004, 01:26 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I just bought two sets from you for my highsteer arms, and the studs I received are fine thread on one end and coarse thread on the other. Is it possible to swap them out? I was surprised to see this when I received them, I figured they would be fine thread on both ends due to the large forces placed on them from the steering arms.

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Give me a call, I think we can do this. We are still offering the other studs like you have until we are out of stock. The new ones are priced the same but do not include nuts or washers.

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How about nuts? After reading Billavistas High steer article I have been having trouble finding the right kind of nuts. I ordered them from GM but ended up with a Crimped nut and not a tapered nut. All I know is you are not supposed to run a lug nut, Have any hardened tapered nuts?
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How about nuts? After reading Billavistas High steer article I have been having trouble finding the right kind of nuts. I ordered them from GM but ended up with a Crimped nut and not a tapered nut. All I know is you are not supposed to run a lug nut, Have any hardened tapered nuts?
Their web page shows nuts and washers included in the "kit".

Ryan, just a suggestion, deleting your previous bumps would clean this up a bit
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