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By hand with freestanding magnifying glass
Dog dish and body color looks fantastic! Sets off the vinyl top imo.
Our 67 with Cragar SS 15" SBP.[ATTACH]
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Not sure, but I think cragar still makes them as well.
Nice alternatives posted with dimensions!
The only reference to a Cragar washer only part # I found was #779 from EZ accessory.
Cragar Center Washer
Info I found from Cragar website...
Dave, do/did yours loosen up? My washers look same as yours and would "mark up" some. But they didnt loosen up?
Cool old pic!
I believe Cragar rims and Cragar lugnuts/hardware are 2 different companies now?
Yep, hard as frick to find. That's why I kept the bag with part #'s. Cant remember where I got washers from. I'll do some more digging.
Found mine, same lug nuts, here is washer with dimensions. No issues, they are not chromed. I'll see if I can find receipt to where I got them...
I broke the same lugnut by overtorquing. Spec for factory stud in 67 I believe is ONLY 55 lb/ft and had trouble finding a replacement lug and...
14" tire selection is so limited. 15" are limited as well, but for me the cragars suit the car and I keep the 14" covers packed away.
Not sure if rally or not, but definitely not plain Jane. Pretty sure I have same for our 67 cuda
Same thing happened to Dad n I. Cragars too lol. Took it to a shop and tack welded it in. Worked like a charm. We tried a few different...
Depends on the rest of the car really. Im planning on chrome nuts for the 69 cuda though
Funny Lori n I argue about how much psi to put in her tires. I say go with rating on tire. Lori says go with rating on door jamb sticker.She went...
Is there any way to bake them after? Bbq? 200* would be good I would think?
What about wrinkle black?
Yep, even my 69 fsm says 55. I think I torqued to 70 amd split the lug.
Do so at your own risk tho. Lol I did and still here.
I have shank style on my 67 with SS. I broke the damned nit "guessing" the torque.
I went with factory spec and no issues. Obviously retorque...
I think LH studs have L stamped in the end?
Lol, im used to that with some of my replies.
Thanks for the tip!
Dripping hot wax is for more.than my nipples now!
Hope Santa gets me more candles this year.
No way for us to tell what you have for discs. Could be any size. You need to measure before you go any further and waste $$$
Look like early 70's truck caps, but thats a guess
Yep not that long ago I was swapping rally rims on one of my parts cars and wasted my back and a few studs as they were still LH:violent1:
I had to replace one it was a bit of a pain to find, but nothing too drastic. Altho I did move into the 80's(1880's) lol and run RH on all four...
Or pick up a phone. Screw the websites.
Old ones can go back in the hole unless you stripped splines on stud.
Now for the sake of tack welding a few studs you "need" new axles??
I would weld them on the back. Flat tire on the road side and the stud spins? Good luck changing the tire.
Put a wheel on other side that is original. Make sure length difference old vs new can be overcome with lugnuts.
Use spacers/ washers to pull stud...