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    Posted: 05 July 2021 at 8:14pm
Thanks Phil, that looks like a good length for the studs
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I used Dorman studs 610-260  1 13/16 long knurled area is .618 These are  stock 16" wheels and no spacers. You can see how much thread is left 
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I've gotten almost all the parts for my front and rear disc brake track/kick conversion, but I'm not sure what lug studs I should use.  From my research online, I've seen these part numbers, and I'm not sure which ones to use:
Dorman 610-036-1
Dorman 610-219
Dorman 610-106
Napa 641-1112

I'm putting this on '65 CJ5 axles.  D27 front and D44 rear.  Probably using 15" wheels.  I'll use spacers if I need to, but I may be using different wheels at some point as well.

Any input?


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i didnt use a press i just hammered them in they went in easy i made sure when i removed the old ones i cut the sedge off so the cam out easy
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Thanks Catfish, I'll check those out, I want to use my friends press to do all of them on one trip.
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triton i am in the middle of the swap i used dorman stud 610-036-1


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Can some that has done this swap give me the size of the wheel studs they used or a part number. this is the last item I need before I do the swap
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Thanks, thats what I was hoping for!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote catfishjn69 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 June 2021 at 7:28pm
thanks guys i will remove it and bend the bracket

scratch here is the link that has both the chevy and the tracker conversion i got alot of info from it


i got the brackets from brennans garage he has lots of info also


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I forgot about that shield that bolted down and that was in the way for me. Bracket i'm using, I twisted to get the right angle.
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I was thinking you were referring to the shield that sits on top of the knuckle.  That is the piece that I removed.  Kept the bracket on the axle tube like the picture above.


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I used the bracket, but bent it
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I was thinking about doing this to mine, has anyone done a thread on it here with part numbers, pics, etc...?
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I was in the same spot a few weeks ago and ended up removing them.  No issues so far.
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question for you guys that are doing the geo tracker brake conversion i am using the s10 brake flexible brake line and it looks to be to tight was wondering if anyone took off the bracket on top of the steering knuckle that the old S line connected to in order to get more line clearance 
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jeremy
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