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ARP 100-7707

ARP .618" Knurl Wheel Studs Early Ford front disc brakes

070-100-7707

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$79.99
ARP .618" Knurl Wheel Studs Early Ford front disc brakes $79.99
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.618'' Knurl Wheel Studs
  • Early Ford front disc brakes
  • 1/2"-20
  • 3.050" long
  • 5 per package
  • Specifications:

    Knurl Diameter (in.)
    0.618
    Knurl Length (in.)
    0.8
    Quantity
    Sold as a set of 5
    Quick-Start Nose
    Yes
    Underhead Length (in.)
    3.05
    Wheel Stud Style
    Press-in
    Wheel Stud Thread Size (in.)
    1/2-20 RH
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    100-7707

    ARP's Wheel Studs deliver increased performance and safety for street and competition racing. These wheel studs are more capable of handling heavy acceleration speeds and lateral G's over OEM-style studs. ARP's Wheel Studs are heat-treated 8740 chrome moly and are cadmium plated for extra durability. A 200,000 psi tensile strength offers increased durability and reliability. Lug nuts not included.

    Features:

    • Heat-treated 8740 chrome moly
    • Cadmium plated
    • 200,000 psi tensile strength

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