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Username Post: Replacing lug nut studs
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01-15-20 05:38 PM - Post#2784450    
    In response to Denver56BelAir

Moroso has long wheel studs. I bought some aftermarket axles for my 56 Sedan Delivery from Randy's Ring and Pinion, since they're only about 2 miles from me as-the-crow-flies. I believe they were Dutchman at the time; now they sell Yukon as their house brand. Went to install some longer studs I had on hand, and they would't fit, despite being CORRECT for the car (???); they would need a stud with a LOT smaller knurled shank. Went back into Randy's; "you need these special wheel studs". "Well, why did't you sell them to me when I picked up the axles"? Blank face, did't know what to say, but sold me the new wheel studs. So, be SURE you get the correct wheel studs for the axles you have/buy-bought. I am Butch/56sedandelivery.

Edited by 56sedandelivery on 01-15-20 05:40 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
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