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Old 05-04-2008, 03:58 PM   #1
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Question Can i install the Heads and then install the oil pan and covers After

My question is can i install the lifters with lifter trays then install the heads before i install the oil pan and covers and oil pickup tube oil pump ect ? or is there a certain way i should go about this ? just wonder..

Will part # 134-3610 work for TSP 402cid engine ? need advice asap , thanks .. i dont have ARP lube , so will oil work ? thanks ..
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Yes, you can assemble it that way,
don't know if that part will work,
oil will work if you don't have arp lube
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There is a different torque spec with the oil, go to ARP web site to see.
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My question is can i install the lifters with lifter trays then install the heads before i install the oil pan and covers and oil pickup tube oil pump ect ? or is there a certain way i should go about this ? just wonder..

Will part # 134-3610 work for TSP 402cid engine ? need advice asap , thanks .. i dont have ARP lube , so will oil work ? thanks ..
That is the same head bolt kit I use. Even though you can use motor oil, I seriously recommend using the ARP Moly lube. The bolts torque much smoother and easier. If you do use oil, keep in mind the torque spec is higher.
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thanks all .. appriciated it !!
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Question Moly Lube !!!!!! ??

i got my Head bolt kit and it didnt have any ARP Moly Lube in the box , how could i get this ? FAST ??? i need this stuff ASAP !!! like tommorow Afternoon !!
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A local speed shop should carry it. Summit Racing (in Ohio) also has it.
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I got a bottle of it from Summit for 19.00 but you can get the little packet to alot cheaper
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i got my Head bolt kit and it didnt have any ARP Moly Lube in the box , how could i get this ? FAST ??? i need this stuff ASAP !!! like tommorow Afternoon !!

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yep, Jegs/Summit will ship it fast as hell!
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