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70-77 camaro wheel stud size?

Where can i fine out where to get longer studs?? Im running a camaro rotor on my 32 chevy and need longer studs to run centerline wheels . Where to i find out the dimensions of the correct stud, like shaft size and such with out removing the original stud

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Where can i fine out where to get longer studs?? Im running a camaro rotor on my 32 chevy and need longer studs to run centerline wheels . Where to i find out the dimensions of the correct stud, like shaft size and such with out removing the original stud
The stud size is 7/16-20 RH. Most Camaros from that era use a 0.580" knurled diameter stud for the disc brake hub. JEGS has ARP P/N #070-100-7702 that is a 0.580" knurl x 2.875" long stud, $10 per wheel (set of 5 studs). SUMMIT has studs in 2.875" length for $12.95 per wheel.

Locally, any parts house that carries Dorman studs will have these as well- just check the knurl size first to be sure of what you have.

Good luck.

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