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Where to get longer wheel studs

Anyone had any luck finding a replacement wheel stud in a longer length? Looking for some for my front hubs.

Thanks in advance, Chris

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funny that you ask this now, i was given this site as im in a similar situation

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I used ARP studs, they came from either Summit or Jegs.

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i used ARP studs, they came from Summit

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i used ARP studs, they came from Summit
But you're running mustang hubs up front right? I have the hub swapped rears, and MN12 fronts. SVT bird wheels in front (17x7), and Mustang R58 (17x9) rears.

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whats the knurl size of the ARP 3" longstuds with the quickstart? i had the info, ive got them on the car already but need to replace one side. need new studs to go along with it. and i cant remember what ones i ordered the last time.

nevermind, figured it out. found the reciept from summit when i got them

Brand ARP
Manufacturer's Part Number 100-7703
Part Type Wheel Studs
Product Line ARP Wheel Studs
Summit Racing Part Number ARP-100-7703
UPC 672036000417

Wheel Stud Style Press-in
Thread Size 1/2-20 RH in.
Knurl Diameter (in.) 0.625 in.
Underhead Length (in) 3.500 in.
Knurl Length (in) 0.400 in.
Quick-Start Nose Yes
Quantity Sold as a set of 5.
Notes Fits Ford rear disc brake and Chrysler front brake applications.

future search refrence 3-1/2" 3.5" wheel stud lug stud knurl size arp wheel studs

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Those are part numbers for a mustang hub, or thunderbird hub lug hole.

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VORTECH BLOWN w/3.12" Reichard ultra-grip pulley
TEA Stage2 PI Heads, 9.5:1 manley slugs/manley H-beams, cobra crank, VTStage3 blower cams, Trick Flow track heat intake, FMIC TR1245 intercooler, ART Dual 2.5" exhaust/Stainless/no cats, KOOKS coated headers, 4.10 w/ Auburn Pro, aluminum 8.8 housing, Dynotech driveshaft, Koni's, Eibach Springs, Baer 13" big brake kit. cobra rear brake/hub conversion, VMP Slot Blowthru setup, #60 Inj. 75mm TB,
615 rwhp/500 torque 15.5psi best of [email protected] still needs tuning.
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If I remember right they are correct rear and need redrilled to 39/64 front hubs for a mustang

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what? Are you drinking? That didn't answer my question Keith

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VORTECH BLOWN w/3.12" Reichard ultra-grip pulley
TEA Stage2 PI Heads, 9.5:1 manley slugs/manley H-beams, cobra crank, VTStage3 blower cams, Trick Flow track heat intake, FMIC TR1245 intercooler, ART Dual 2.5" exhaust/Stainless/no cats, KOOKS coated headers, 4.10 w/ Auburn Pro, aluminum 8.8 housing, Dynotech driveshaft, Koni's, Eibach Springs, Baer 13" big brake kit. cobra rear brake/hub conversion, VMP Slot Blowthru setup, #60 Inj. 75mm TB,
615 rwhp/500 torque 15.5psi best of [email protected] still needs tuning.
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what? Are you drinking? That didn't answer my question Keith
I said mustang but u have to drill the hub to make em fit.

And no not drunk...yet

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I said mustang but u have to drill the hub to make em fit.

And no not drunk...yet
Well crap, you would think they would have a direct replacement for mustangs.

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VORTECH BLOWN w/3.12" Reichard ultra-grip pulley
TEA Stage2 PI Heads, 9.5:1 manley slugs/manley H-beams, cobra crank, VTStage3 blower cams, Trick Flow track heat intake, FMIC TR1245 intercooler, ART Dual 2.5" exhaust/Stainless/no cats, KOOKS coated headers, 4.10 w/ Auburn Pro, aluminum 8.8 housing, Dynotech driveshaft, Koni's, Eibach Springs, Baer 13" big brake kit. cobra rear brake/hub conversion, VMP Slot Blowthru setup, #60 Inj. 75mm TB,
615 rwhp/500 torque 15.5psi best of [email protected] still needs tuning.
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Anyone had any luck finding a replacement wheel stud in a longer length? Looking for some for my front hubs.

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Hi

Why do you need longer studs?

I use Moroso 3" studs, rears. 46185 wheel studs.(1/2x20)
Kept the stock Mustang fronts. I use 1" lug nuts!


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Why do you need longer studs?

I use Moroso 3" studs, rears. 46185 wheel studs.(1/2x20)
Kept the stock Mustang fronts. I use 1" lug nuts!

NHRA requirement.
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i used the arp as well in my mustang hubs, redrilled out the wholes with the correct bit which i believe is 15.75mm. you can order the bit which is about 30 or 40 bucks. they don't seem to exist for a 1/2 inch drill chuck so I turned mine down in a lathe.

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