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So did the front stock wheel studs with ARP 100-7722 and Gorilla open end lug nuts (90087) last night while I had the rotors off

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Edited by andrewnagle1964

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What was the reason for the change?

 

Jim

Because Racecar.........and I had the front end kinda stripped down putting on new a-arms and wanted to go with the longer studs and open lug nuts.......will be doing the rear this weekend.....and I pretty much change anything I can.....at some point the car will be completely modded.

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Well front ARP 3" wheels studs lead to wanting rear ARP 3" rear studs..............oops Wilwood brakes ........ hole in Wilwood rear brake housing not large enough to get OEM stud out..... drill out ....pull axles......not sure what to do.....

 

 

hmmmmm still want ARP 3" wheel studs

 

Moser Axles

another set of new ARP studs (differentt knurl diameter than OEM)

TrueTrac

KR difference cover (ARP bolts)

3.73 gears, oil install kit, etc...

Shelby Watts link

 

sh*t $2,000 wheel studs .........

 

install and photos to come in new thread sometime in April

Edited by Albino500

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Andrew,

All you should need to do is pull the axles and press in the ARP studs and then reinstall the axles.

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Andrew,

All you should need to do is pull the axles and press in the ARP studs and then reinstall the axles.

True but once I pull the axles I want to replace the cover so I can put on the watts link and everything snow balled

 

Never cheap or easy with me.

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