Looking for the best hardware to put your 4.6L or 5.4L Mustang/Lightning motor? This ARP M10 camshaft bolt kit is the perfect solution! These bolts are rated at 200,000 psi tensile strength and have increase preload clamping force to ensure positive timing gear register. Their increase material strength overcomes valvetrain harmonics and stress making them perfect for high horsepower engines. Featuring a reduced head size, these bolts can easily be installed and removed for maintenance, repairs, or rebuilds.
M10x 1.50 bolts are normally found in 01-04 2V applications, 1999-2000 are press on cam gears.
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