I dropped my car off at Mufflerman and I ordered my parts through summitracing and I got all of the right parts for the front and rears. Mufflerman just called me and told me the ARP studs don't have some grove that they need to go into the hub and told me none of the studs will work. Are they wrong or did I get the wrong parts? I remember the part number I got for the fronts are 7717 any ideas?
Well unless you have a one-off car the 7717s and 7708s are the "right" ones. They are too long for the stock lug nuts with caps but you can cut them down (what I did) or get different nuts (which I also did). The 7717s are for the front. I'll bet they tried the wrong one for the front or back. I wouldn't have any yo-yo work on my car
"It's a well know fact that after you hit 400 HP you have to go with split dual exhaust like the LS2 GTOs. The '04s could get away
with single side because they were only 350 HP. With 400 HP and beyond the car wants to turn right at WOT from the thrust."
I predict a wheel will be falling off this vehicle on the drive home.
I'll tell my Michigan friends to stay off the roads
Originally Posted by john hennessy...
when you open the hood, right there on the top of the engine, you can see a big wing nut holding on to a bolt that passes right through the engine, look underneath the car and you will see the bolt head sticking out of the pan, no they are not in line, if they were, then the crank would not be able to go round without hitting it.
whatever you do, don't undo the wing nut or the bolt! the engine will come apart the moment you try to start it!
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