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68 re rebuild

I am putting the heads, and cam towers on my 68 rebuild.. The previous set of allen head bolts has gone missing courtesy of Motor Messer. I am left with 24 grade 8 15 mm head with locking washer base nuts. They are probably zinc as they show no signs of rust or corrosion... Do I use these or try to source the OE allen nuts????. Tepps.

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There are 3 locations on each cam tower where you need to use the Allen nuts to clean the cam tower.

Send me you shipping address if you would like (6) of them.
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Tom ,I have the 6 allen nuts for cam towers, I am talking about the 24 cylinder head nuts.My shipping address is 2365 south park ave. Buffalo Ny 14220
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Hex nuts can work for the head studs. Just make sure you have enough clearance to get a socket in there.

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