I just put the Baer 3.5" studs in the front of the car. I have moser 31 spline axles in the rear. What is the correct knurl for the rear? Id plan on ordering the new studs from Summit or should I look elsewhere?
I know that I have to pull the axles to get the studs put in. Im pretty sure the knurl size is .625. I just want to make sure that is correct. Does anyone know the phone number for Moser? could you please email it to me at [email protected] ? I cant get on the corral from work
I bought the 2.5" ones from Steeda (made by ARP) because they are a little shorter and will fit under most center caps. Also, they have a speed start tip that helps prevent cross threading. You will have to drill the front hubs though. But, if you want them all to look the same........ I got mine from Joe Charles at Parkway Ford (888-FORD SVT). Give him a call, he will hook you up.
Hey bud, you don't have to pull the axles to put the studs in. Use washers, a lugnut, and an impact to press them in. If you are having clearance problems with the ABS exciter ring, grind down the edge of each stud so that the round portion has a flat spot to slide over the ring. I've done this about 5 times and have never pulled the axles.
"Studs feature a 0.625" knurl, making them a direct fit into 1979-2002 rear axles and 1979-1993 front rotors. 1994-2002 front hubs must be slightly enlarged with a 39/64" drill bit. This can be done easily with a hand drill."
I'm shopping for studs for a stock SN-95 axle, and I'm getting mixed messages from my search.
What fits without any "massaging" of the axle flange?
My mosers used the press in studs. I got my studs from Moser with my axles. I know they are press in because the very first time I tried to remove the wheels I gaulded one. I have since replaced the Moser supplied 3 inch studs with the Morosos.
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