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Part # A-6010-P Model Year 28-31
Part # A-6010-PS Model Year 28-34
Part # WEB-KIT-0664 | Model Year 28-34

Attaches to the head with special hardware that pulls the head from the block. Can also be used to pull the engine. Extra studs are available. U.S.A.

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Part # A-6012 | Model Year 28-32
Finned aluminum plate that covers the left side of the motor cylinders. U.S.A.
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Part # A-6067-CM | Model Year 28-31
2 of these long studs are required. They go at the very front of the head where the water outlet mounts. Grade 8 Chrome-Moly. U.S.A.
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Part # A-6033-L | Model Year 28-31
Goes between the front motor mount yoke and the motor mount spring. U.S.A.
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Part # A-6066-CM | Model Year 28-31

Short head studs. 11 of these are required if you are using 1 special slightly longer stud for the ignition clamp. If you're not using the ignition clamp, order 12. Studs are 7/16-14 on the end that threads into the block, 7/16-20 on the opposite end. 3-15/32" long, Grade 8 Chrome-Moly. U.S.A.

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Part # A-6065-RK | Model Year 09-34
This kit gives you everything you need except a drill bit for repairing head and manifold styd threads in the block. U.S.A.
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$33.50 SET
Part # A-6065-RK2 | Model Year 09-31
A pack of 6 threaded inserts that are normally supplied in our A-6065-RK kit.
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$11.95 SET
Part # A-6005-ADP1 | Model Year 09-31
These screws are included in our A-6005-ADP engine stand adapter. In the event that you have damaged the ones that came in your adapter, we have them available in pairs. These are the wing headed bolts that thread through the engine stand adapter and into the oil pan bolt holes.
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Part # A-6025 | Model Year 28-34
Simply remove your timing pin and thread this tool in until the key ring on the end starts to loosen. Rotate the motor with the hand crank until the key ring flops. When this happens, you know you re in the detent of the cam gear.
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$23.95 EA