• 1 Vote(s) - 5 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
longer wheel studs
#11
roadwarrior;260200 Wrote:All of this is known as "project creep" at work, or "While I'm There Syndrome" in the auto hobbyist world.

Updates when they happen.
Tom

HaHa....yep...or Better is the enemy of good enough (i.e. meets spec).
  Reply
#12
when i replaced the rear studs with longer ones the kneril was slighty smaller then what it called for so i has to spot weld the studs to the axel so the would not spin whe removing the lug nuts
  Reply
#13
(03-25-2016, 04:15 PM)roadwarrior Wrote: OK, the front suspension on my Vert is tired so all of it is getting gone thru. While there, discovered that my front disc brakes can use a service, so that's getting opened up, which means, WTH, gonna try out longer wheel studs. I have one unit of the Dorman #610-277 on order, if it does <mostly> what I need, I'll buy the remaining 9 and finish the front studs with a new and improved longer length. Would like the diam-extended-beyond-lugnut as Midlife suggested, but I also want to get something better than what I currently have.

All of this is known as "project creep" at work, or "While I'm There Syndrome" in the auto hobbyist world.

Updates when they happen.
Tom
I am looking for longer studs for my front wheels with original disc brakes. In my search i found this thread!

Did the Dorman studs work!? Any advice? tnks!!

Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  Reply
#14
Hi all,

i'm sorry I never replied to the above query. Life and everything that has to do with it so often gets in the way.

I was never able to find any longer stud that is a press in, one shot deal. All require some sort of machining or handling, and I haven't the time for that.

So I have just put the wheels onto the car, and I'm driving it. It goes to and from work, about 10 miles on a day i drive it, 3-4 weeks out of the year. Not hammering it, so I am (possibly unwisely) not worrying about it. I have checked them from time to time to make sure they are tightened.

When I get thru some other auto projects (I have too damn many of them), i'll revisit this and maybe come up with another solution.

Best regards,
Tom
  Reply
#15
Hi Tom! Dont worry. I did solve the problem by using ARP 100-7707 on my 71 with original front discs. They were 1/2 inch too long so I had to cut them.

Enviado desde mi SM-G9600 mediante Tapatalk
  Reply
Share Thread:  


Possibly Related Threads…
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
runninpony Wheel and Tire Packages blkulis 10 1,394 05-16-2019, 01:03 PM
Last Post: Don C
runninpony How many Steering Wheel Turns? NOT A T5 20 671 05-16-2019, 06:01 AM
Last Post: NOT A T5
  WHEEL BACKSPACING AND OFFSET 72mustang67gto 3 294 05-02-2019, 02:57 PM
Last Post: Bentworker
arrow Tires and wheel package for my 71 shopcarpro 3 357 03-28-2019, 10:35 PM
Last Post: Don C
runninpony Tire and Wheel Packages blkulis 0 324 03-16-2019, 03:54 PM
Last Post: blkulis
  Rear ended and wheel fitment Mjordan 3 478 01-19-2019, 05:54 PM
Last Post: Mjordan
  Another Wheel and Tire question jsbcats 10 871 01-01-2019, 03:41 PM
Last Post: Fabrice
  Dual drilled a test wheel for the Mustang today. Bentworker 5 554 12-24-2018, 01:12 PM
Last Post: bkdunha



Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)