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Old April 18th, 2006, 05:15 PM   #1
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I am looking for Chrysler 8 3/4 carrier studs. Can't find em anywhere, and Im pretty sure that Ford 9 inch carrier studs are the same but not too sure. Any one know where I can find some orig or NOS Chrysler studs? Tried Marco Dodge, all parts stores, and ARP. Notta. Well?
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Old April 18th, 2006, 05:45 PM   #2
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Carrier studs? What are those? Do you mean bearing cap bolts? Or ring gear bolts? I am not aware of any studs (threads on each side, no head).
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The studs that hold the ENTIRE 3rd member into the axle housing. Nothing associated internally in the 3rd member, axle ends, or axle shafts. Call them what you want. Bolts, studs, fasterners. There's 10 of them. In a circular pattern. They hold the carrier in the axle housing. I need 6 of them. Thank You.
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I got confused, I thought I read 8 1/4. All you need to know is what size thread it is, and then how long yo uneed it. Then got get them at your local Fastenall.
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Call them what you want. Bolts, studs, fasterners.

Call them what they are and you will get the right answer faster. Bolts have heads and thread into things, studs have no heads and stick out of things for nuts to be put on. Bolts and nuts are fasteners, studs technically are not since they don't actually "fasten" :tonka: - although they fall into that catagory.

I'm not trying to be a dick, but this is just like the confusion that was caused when you were asking me about CJ manual hubs (that you lock/unlock) that were for sale, but actually needed XJ unitized hub bearing assemblies. Know what I mean?

BTW, I may be getting my hands on an extra XJ D30. If the bearings feel decent, I will let you know.
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