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ARP Long Rear Wheel Stud Install

Old 2/6/12, 11:46 AM
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ARP Long Rear Wheel Stud Install

Before OEM Studs:



INA bearing, flat washer and lug nut used to pull the ARP studs into place:



Comparison between the OEM and ARP studs with McGard open ended lug nut:



Open ended McGard lug nut showing removable plastic cap:



After ARP rear studs installed:

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Are the studs press fit in? did you have to pull the axle out to put them in?
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Originally Posted by ticopowell View Post
Are the studs press fit in? did you have to pull the axle out to put them in?
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Axles still in the car, the old studs were banged out one at a time with an old wheel nut threaded on them. New studs were installed with a small bearing, washer and wheel nut. See the second picture in my install post. The bearing is the key makes pulling the new stud through a piece of cake.
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