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Old 04-09-2001, 12:42 PM
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hey guys, i have a 460 that i recently acquired head studs for($75 at a swap meet...i was happy) and i need to know which studs go into water passages and i need to put sealer on. any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks,
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as far as i know, you don't need sealer....no instruction sats you do for the 429/460....i don't think any of them even go into the water passagen
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None of the studs go into water passages. I replaced them on my 460 and didn't need any sealer.

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