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The ARP 2000 head studs replace the problematic factory torque-to-yield head bolts found in the 6.0L Powerstroke. The combination of the torque-to-yield head bolts stretching and an engine design that only employs 4 head bolts per cylinder makes the 6.0L a perfect candidate for head gasket failure. As you might imagine, any time a programmer is in the mix the probability of a blown head gasket increases. ARP head studs thread deeper into the block than the factory head bolts can, and provide much more head-to-block clamping force.
*Most common sign of head gasket failure: coolant residue on the degas bottle