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    Anybody know where I can buy this style of stud? They came with my girdle kit but I need longer ones. I believe they are grade 8, they are coarse thread and have the internal ex in the end.

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    Try McMaster-Carr.
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      or arp
       
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        ARP?
         
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        American Racing Products in santa paula , calif .where all these made . their the fastener folks that sells racing nuts n bolts , make their own alloy steel as well . my future brother in-law runs marketing for ARP .
         
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        Those arent studs, they are setscrews. You should be able to get them in any decent hardware store. The hex socket makes them socket head setscrews, automatically grade eight.
        I have used thousands of them in my business. I even have a set holding my valve covers on.
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          Thanks for the tips guys . . . found some.
           
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