Need help with wheel studs

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  1. RogerCox

    RogerCox Well-Known Member

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    I have a 67 barracuda (slant 6) 7 1/4 axle (5x4 bp)

    what part number Dorman wheel stud do I need for rear, and what part number for front?

    seeing so many options, thanks for the help!
     
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    4spdragtop CONGRATS NORTH AMERICA! FABO Gold Member

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    Drum size on rear? Also front disc or drum? Makes a difference
     
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    @mobileparts

    Just do it once and do it right.. I'm sure he'll be right along !
     
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    RH thread for passenger side & LH thread on the drivers side too.......
     
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    8” drum (inside measurement) on rear, drums on the front as well.

    RH thread..??
     
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    4spdragtop CONGRATS NORTH AMERICA! FABO Gold Member

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    Mopars from factory had idiotic LH threads on drivers side front and rear. Those can be changed to RH thread if you want.
    Disc/drum are different studs.
    If noone gets you numbers here, go to Rock auto website and grab the part#'s
     
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    9 inch they never made 8 inch.
     
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    pishta I know I'm right....

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    They should have never made the 9's they suck even in a 6.
     
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    • RogerCox

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      Sorry 9” drum.

      only one wheel stripped every stud off, (driver rear) all the others came off easy.

      used Dorman 610-083.1 and worked great
       
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        The drivers side is left hand thread, which way did you turn to twist them off?
         
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        twisted left ( counter clockwise)
         
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        Sounds like someone had already changed the left front then. The studs were sorta copper colored, with an L stamped in the end of the stud. You can knock your old ones out for comparison for right hand studs. Think they changed over to right hand studs in '71.
         
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          The "L" stamp on them is for left hand thread
           
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            Cruze, I had a 72' with left hand threads.
             
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