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? for 71-c10 axel stud help or anybody

I am rebuilding my 12 bolt in my 66.Have moser axles 5 by 5.What size wheel stud did you use as far as knurl.Factory or aftermarket.

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factory 1/2" studs should work fine

NAPA has them

and others too
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I was wanting to use arp or aftermerket.But the knurl size it different on them.The ones from napa list a .535 size knurl.The others are .560 higher knurl size on the aftermarket.
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Drill the axles?
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I was wanting to use arp or aftermerket.But the knurl size it different on them.The ones from napa list a .535 size knurl.The others are .560 higher knurl size on the aftermarket.
I will suggest you take the axles to a competent shop to have the holes enlarged. Just using a hand-held drill and using the existing holes will not provide a consistent center to center between holes.
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