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Part #: ARP147-2802

ARP Flywheel Bolt Kit 147-2802

1989-2004 5.9L Dodge Cummins
Part #: ARP147-2802
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Description

Flywheel bolts play an important role in the performance and safety of race vehicles and street machines. That's why the fastener experts at ARP have developed special bolts that are far superior to OEM hardware. ARP Flywheel bolts feature an exclusive flat 12 point head design and a larger than stock underhead radius for increased strength. Each bolt is centerless ground to ensure the bearing surface is perpendicular to the threads creating equal load distribution. Optimum design, enhanced reliability and increased strength are the main attributes of ARP's Pro Series flywheel bolts.

Includes eight 8740 Pro Series flywheel bolts that are rated at 200,000 PSI and a set of eight parallel ground chamfered washers that replace the factory Dodge bolt and washer part# 06501680/681.

Note:
*Not for use on 05 & later Dual Mass Flywheels

Specifications

  • MFG. Number 147-2802
  • Manufacturer Name ARP
  • Shipping Weight 2.00 lb.
  • Shipping Length 10 in.
  • Shipping Width 6 in.
  • Shipping Height 1 in.
  • Fuel Type Diesel
  • UPC 672036040192
  • Prop 65 WARNING: Cancer & Reproductive Harm - P65Warnings.ca.gov

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(Vegas) | August 19th, 2012
Cheaper than stock bolts. Stronger than stock and 12 pt heads. Happy with this product.

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Will these work on a 04.5?
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Yes, as long as the truck isn't equipped with a dual-mass flywheel.