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1967 GTO Front Drum Brakes - Stud & Knurl Size

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Today I was tightening one of the lug nuts on my car and tightened too hard and snapped off the stud from hub (DOH!!). I called Summit and they asked for Stud size and Knurl size, are these standard measurements I can lookup or do I need to measure because each hub is different?

If I need to measure, can someone please tell me the best way to obtain both of these measurements?

Thanks,

Tony
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Hi,

Today I was tightening one of the lug nuts on my car and tightened too hard and snapped off the stud from hub (DOH!!). I called Summit and they asked for Stud size and Knurl size, are these standard measurements I can lookup or do I need to measure because each hub is different?

If I need to measure, can someone please tell me the best way to obtain both of these measurements?

Thanks,

Tony

You are going to have to knock the stud out. Why not simply replace all 5? Take a stud & nut to your local parts store and they should be able to match it up or even have it in stock.
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I did the same thing twice! Do what PJ said. I got mine at NAPA. I hate front drum brakes! I upgraded mine to front disc.
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