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Old 01-05-2018, 07:29 AM   #1  
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440 stainless exhaust studs?

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My first post here! I have a '72 Jensen Interceptor that I'm doing some work on at the moment. The question I hope you guys can help with is where I can get a set of stainless exhaust studs for the motor, which is a Chrysler 440 big block. ARP don't seem to list them specifically but I thought you might know if any of the studs ARP make for other cars might be suitable? I'm in the UK so ordering from Summit on the off chance is not really an option! Already ordered a load of bolts and the won't fit with the headers I have, aargh!
Any advice gratefully received!
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Do you know what size you need?
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Quick response! I don't have one of the originals in front of me, so can't give you the overall length but they are threaded 3/8" coarse one end and 3/8" fine on the other.
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One other question before I go look in that case.... Your not using a header? Your using the cast Iron Exhaust Manifolds ?
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At any rate... Take a look into the Marine side of the industry....See if these are long enough for your need.

http://www.hardin-marine.com/p-13555...-stud-kit.aspx

Jensen is a cool Down under Ride...
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I'm using a header, of the 'block hugger type' like this:


From the layout you'll see why I can't get bolts into the flange holes by the outer pipes! The studs I have are the original ones, used with the factory iron manifolds. FYI. the new headers flange thickness is 1/4".
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At any rate... Take a look into the Marine side of the industry....See if these are long enough for your need.

http://www.hardin-marine.com/p-13555...-stud-kit.aspx

Jensen is a cool Down under Ride...
Hey Bob,
Thanks for that link, I think that's what I'm after!
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Keep us posed...
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Question 1972 Charger

Hi, I have an electrical problem with my 1972 Dodge Charger.
The problem is I have no power on my fan switch. The car has air conditioning also. So it's a 4 prong connection at the fan switch. The wires are two tans, a light green and a dark green. I am getting power out of the fuse block, which is a black wire with a white stripe, 16 gage wire. Followed the black and white stripe wire into the dash. Can anyone tell me where that wire goes? Any ideas of why I am not getting any power at the fan switch?
Thank you, Dan
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Update on the stud saga....

Hi Bob,

I gave some dud info before re. The headers, the flange is of course not a 1/4 but 3/8! Anyway the original studs are 1 3/4 OAL being 1/2 of coarse and 1 of fine.
I think Im going to try a set of ARP 420-1401 studs that are a wee bit shorter at 1.670 OAL but have the same amount of coarse thread.
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Hope they fit for you... Some of these can be a really tight fit and a pain in the butt to install.... Keep us posted...
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Hi, I have an electrical problem with my 1972 Dodge Charger.
The problem is I have no power on my fan switch. The car has air conditioning also. So it's a 4 prong connection at the fan switch. The wires are two tans, a light green and a dark green. I am getting power out of the fuse block, which is a black wire with a white stripe, 16 gage wire. Followed the black and white stripe wire into the dash. Can anyone tell me where that wire goes? Any ideas of why I am not getting any power at the fan switch?
Thank you, Dan
Not to hi-jack the tread.... But Dan... Check the blower resister on the air box behind the glove box and make sure it working.
Also. You can start your own thread on the subject over on the home page.... Keep us posted...
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