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wheel studs"knurl"

i need to know the knurl size for a stock 1983 z28 camaro. im trying to get longer studs and cannot find the original knurl size. please someone help!!! thanks andrew
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www.napaonline.com has much of this type of info.

http://www.napaonline.com/MasterPage...l+Bolt+-+Front
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Item#: BK 6411621

Attributes:
Product Features:Duplicates Original Equipment in Fit & Function
Thread Size:M12-1.5
Overall Length:41.5mm
Knurl Diameter:12.73mm
Shoulder Length:8mm
Head Marking:254
Thread Type:Right Hand
They also list this one
http://www.napaonline.com/MasterPage...l+Bolt+-+Front
Quote:
Item#: BK 6411581

Attributes:
Product Features:Duplicates Original Equipment in Fit & Function
Thread Size:M12-1.5
Overall Length:54mm
Knurl Diameter:12.67mm
Shoulder Length:7.5mm
Head Marking:323
Thread Type:Right Hand

Last edited by Triaged; 03-29-2008 at 08:32 PM.
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