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    Need longer wheel studs- any part #'s ??

    I see the stock studs have knurl diameters of 14.17 and 14.35
    I need to go at least 1/2 inch longer than stock for my new junkyard rims.

    Anybody have part #'s for longer than stock wheel studs?

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    Good luck on that. Your best off taking one down to PepBoys and bring along the caliper to measure it. Once you know what size the shank is you can start digging through the bins. I spent 4 hours in there getting the correct one for my build truck.
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    Did a quick google search for you. ARP makes them, they're toyota studs, jegs sells them. That said they're 5 a pack not 6, maybe they will part a pack, or have individuals for sale, I'll let you figure that one out.

    http://www.jegs.com/i/ARP/070/100-7715/10002/-1

    http://www.jegs.com/i/ARP/070/100-7718/10002/-1

    If anything they might be a bit too long since they're both coming in at 2.6" which is a little shy of an inch and then about an inch and a half over.

    H&R also makes some studs that might be a closer match for the fronts.

    http://www.hrsprings.com/applications/studs

    They have them with the 14.35 knurl at 50mm long which is almost exactly half an inch over like you were looking for. So maybe the ARP for the rear and H&R for the front would get you where you need to be.

    I know I sure as hell wouldn't spend 4 hours in a bin at Pep Boys, less I was in a super pinch =D

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    the rear 4x4 studs are over a quarter inch longer. I used them for the front when I did the toyota 5 lug swap. They are Dorman brand available at your local parts store.

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    info on old site http://www.mightyram50.net/phpbb3/vi...70&t=267#p1515

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    you need front and rear? The rears are longer than the fronts. I upgraded to 14mm studs for Chevy wheels with the double nut, I have the old studs if you are just doing the front?

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