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Wheel stud broke

I broke one of my wheel studs after trying to remove an extremely rusted brake roater. What are the part numbers for the stock replacements and I heard the Evo has the same studs as us up front. What year evo?
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Anybody know?
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do a search or check like second or third page of this section. i posted a thread with part numbers to studs and nuts
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correction bro, several threads down on this page
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its cool i used an Evo MR stud. Only a little bit shorter. When I replace my hubs ill do the arp setup all the way around.
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