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Question 3.2 ARP Rod Bolt source?

Does anyone have them in stock?
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Try

http://competitionwarehouseusa.com/

I got my head studs and rod bolts for about $150 and $75 (respectively) cheaper than anyone else. You'll have to check if they are in stock.
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I too bought mine recently from Competition Warehouse and saved money on my 3.2 rod bolts and head studs. These guys are true professionals and very helpful, not to mention fast shipping. I would like to bring to your attention, some sources specify that 3.2l require 10mm rod bolts but this is not the case. In Wayne's book it clearly points out the fact that in 1984 Porsche changed from 10mm back to 9mm, I learned this the hard way. The guys at Competition Warehouse also believe that I needed 10mm rod bolts, after my engine teardown I measured and positively identified that I needed 9mm. These guys accepted my return and quickly shipped out my new set. Good luck, I'm still in the process myself of a complete rebuild, my first ever! I love it!

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Orders the rod bolts today from Competition W. $155 (not bad at all)

Nice guy too, now lest see how quick they get here.
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While your in there, now's the time to install the ARP headstuds too........

New ARP rod bolts, rod bearings & headstuds....a "systems" type approach that leaves a good peace of mind.....
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With a 3.2, ARP head studs are overkill.

Stock steel studs upper and lower (993) will suit you just fine and won't break the bank.
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True Sammy, I'm not running 400hp here, just over 200 (maybe)
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