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The guys on the phone at ARP didn't seem too interested in digging for information, but gave me the address to send samples to. I think the sample department might be more helpful. Is there an ARP part number on either of those packs?
Send me your email addr and I will take some digital photos you can show to ARP.
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Not sure I completely understand... Is the goal to replicate NOS ARP-specific bolts, or s it to turn to ARP for 'stock' bolts?

Speedy Spares lists bolts and nuts for later series. If the goal is a stateside clone of OEM, Speedy sells by the individual bolt so that would be a way to avoid breaking up a set due to potential loss.
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I believe ARP would be an upgrade over stock. Stronger, higher quality fasteners.
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I believe ARP would be an upgrade over stock. Stronger, higher quality fasteners.
You cant argue with ARPs metalurgy.

The stock parts on the other hand...
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There was a guy that used to haunt this forum He mad many sets of the ARP bolts many years ago. If anyone knows him maybe a shout out to get the part number for the bolts
His name is Ramon Spontinelli (sp)
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There was a guy that used to haunt this forum He mad many sets of the ARP bolts many years ago. If anyone knows him maybe a shout out to get the part number for the bolts
His name is Ramon Spontinelli (sp)
Ramon was mentioned earlier in the thread.

He made around 20 sets and when they were gone, they were gone.

There is no ARP part number on them, the label on them was added by Ramon after he received them.

I have sent a photo of a new unopened set to Jeff (Mightyohm) and if he wishes, he can post it to this thread.
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