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49 ply right rear hub nut

just bought 1949 plymouth two door deluxe,went to put tires on it to move it home,the nut holding the right rear hub on is missing where can i find one of these?thanks bud

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I don't know if they have them but try PLYDO parts and Kanter. There is a Wiki article here on hotrodders about changing to later year non taper-key shafts. Mopar used left hand and right hand threads on lug studs, I don't know if the shaft nuts were also left and rh threads.

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Buddy,

Try checking in over at the P15-D24 site. I am sure you can find what you need there. It is a site dedicated to the 46-first series 49 Plymouths and Dodges but really covers all the flat head six Mopar era cars. Lots of guys there willing to help out with parts or advice.

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If you had asked a few months ago I had just what you needed but gave the extra rear to a guy working on a 46.
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