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Unread 04-03-2008, 12:29 PM   #1
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Longer Jeep Wheel Studs Size / Part No.?

Anyone know a part No. or wheel stud size for a longer wheel stud on a 80 CJ7. I need about 1/2 inch longer than OEM.

Of course, I can pull out a wheel stud and take it to the parts store to try and match it up... just looking to see if anyone else has run into the need to change out and has the info up front.



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Unread 04-16-2009, 08:42 PM   #2
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Looks like I just started another thread that might be answering this question. Do you need front or rear. Even with a front stud pulled I couldn't find anything but eventually dropped on these. Dorman 610-219 worked great on my 82 CJ5 so I could fit my wheel spacers gave me about 1/2' more as I recall and kept everything still flush or less with the spacer. They are 1/2 - 20 x 1 29/32", hope this helps.
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