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I need to know the torque specs on the WOP main girdle studs, crower connecting rods, and H-11 head studs with fire rings. Are fire rings reversable, and reusable (both, im guessing is yes). I didnt look too closely but as far as i could tell it could go in either way. Also as far as the headgaskets, no material stuck to either the head or the block, should i still get new ones to control the coolant? They have been squished once but they still look in great condition. If i need a new set of gaskets can i get them from WOP or anywhere else?

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I need to know the torque specs on the WOP main girdle studs, crower connecting rods, and H-11 head studs with fire rings. Are fire rings reversable, and reusable (both, im guessing is yes). I didnt look too closely but as far as i could tell it could go in either way. Also as far as the headgaskets, no material stuck to either the head or the block, should i still get new ones to control the coolant? They have been squished once but they still look in great condition. If i need a new set of gaskets can i get them from WOP or anywhere else?

head gaskets are like condoms. new cometics are your friend. e-bay $260, feel the love. just my 2 cents> B.

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Do you always use a head gasket

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head gaskets are like condoms. new cometics are your friend. e-bay $260, feel the love. just my 2 cents> B.
Never resquish a head gasket (unless of course you can turn it inside out)

OK just kidding on the inside out part, but never, ever, reuse a head gasket.




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Can i buy a new set from wide open?

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Bet you can. But might want to call to be sure.




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Bump.... Crower rod bolt torque, main stud torque, H-11?

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On the girdle I was told the short studs are 98ftlbs and the long studs are 105ftlbs. Best to give them a call to be shure. Let me know if I'm correct.

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fire rings are one time use

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Never resquish a head gasket (unless of course you can turn it inside out)

OK just kidding on the inside out part, but never, ever, reuse a head gasket.
Unless you got cometics.

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