dyogim said:Dorman 610264-1. I believe the "-1" is the longer studs. With out the "-1" are the shorter ones.
Kragen(partsamerica.com) has the shorter ones for $1.99 and the longer ones for $2.19.Bear said:Do you know a good source for them? I was thinking Napa may carry them but I am not sure. would that be a safe guess?
dyogim said:Kragen(partsamerica.com) has the shorter ones for $1.99 and the longer ones for $2.19.
Kragen also goes by the name of "Checker's" or "Schuck's". So look for that.Bear said:Thanks! now I just need to figure out if they are close to me or if it going to be strickly mail order. I am new to my area and don't recall ever seeing them around.
I am off to do my research on them now! Thanks again!
dyogim said:Kragen also goes by the name of "Checker's" or "Schuck's". So look for that.
Napa should carry them also, or atleast they did for mine.Hutch98 said:What is the wheel stud size or part number to use toyota lug nuts instead of having to use jeep lug nuts?
banThis said:and they are hard as hell to get in there too. who'd of thought .27? mm's difference in the knurl would make that much of a difference.
the-t-man said:anyone know the actual size to drill out the jeep hole to make a yota stud fit properly??i would rather drill it then ream it out with a diegrinder..