Re: 1965 rear wheel stud part #?
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Re: 1965 rear wheel stud part #?



If you have one that is out, you can use a micrometer to measure the
splined shaft near the head.

That is really the only measurement that you need. The loose stud can
be compared to a new example for the correct length.And you know it's
a 1/2" diameter.


Jimmy

On 6/17/15, dennis.1963ply <dennis.1963ply@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I want to change the left hand studs on my axle to right hand but I am
> having trouble finding the correct part number.  A search of Dorman
> products left me unsure of the correct stud to use.
>
> Any information on the correct stud would be appreciated, this is for a
> 1965 Coronet B body rear axle.
>
> Thanks
> Dennis C.
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