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Hi

 

Anyone out there fitted ARP head bolts?

 

I am in the process of doing so and find that I have a problem in that they come with 12 point K nuts.

 

I therefore cannot use hex or 6 point torq sockets, which I have, so what DO I use and where can I find it.

 

Moss say that they have been selling these kits for years, but were not aware that they came with 12 point nuts.

 

regards

 

Clive in France

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Hi

 

Anyone out there fitted ARP head bolts?

 

I am in the process of doing so and find that I have a problem in that they come with 12 point K nuts.

 

I therefore cannot use hex or 6 point torq sockets, which I have, so what DO I use and where can I find it.

 

Moss say that they have been selling these kits for years, but were not aware that they came with 12 point nuts.

 

regards

 

Clive in France

 

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Just use 12 pt socket,its that easy

 

that's what I use

 

regards Adrian

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Thanks Guys

 

I think I was having a bad day, just could not think what to use...........YES, of course 12 point bi-hex sockets are the correct tools. Unfortunately my 9/16" socket seems to be missing and for some reason I have never purchased a deep 9/16 bi-hex. However been to the local tool supply shop...I NOW remember why I purchase tools in the UK whenever I am over. Why, why, why are automotive tools so b***** expensive here in France??????

 

regards to all

 

Clive

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