Originally Posted by TheGanzman
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O.K. - so here's my dilemma: The coach is located in VA. and I'm in CA. My buddy is gonna install the wheels/tires for me so this thing can move under it's own power. We really NEED to know the stock length wheel studs on this one, and exactly HOW much longer studs we need to buy, and most importantly WHERE to buy 'em BEFORE we show up at the coach! I KNOW some of you guys have swapped out to Alcoa's on your coaches - can ya' h'ep a brudda out?
Once you determine the correct stud length, they should be available at any good part house or a truck supply parts house with a machine shop. I have replaced the drums on my PowerWagon and the new drums do not come with studs so the parts house pressed in new ones.
Bill Kerfoot, WBCCI/VAC/CAC/El Camino Real Unit #5223
Just my personal opinion
1973 Dodge W200 PowerWagon, 1977 Lincoln Continental, 2014 Dodge Durango
1979 23' Safari, and 1954 29' Double Door Liner Orange, CA