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    Longer wheel studs



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    #1 OFFLINE   Wayne Gentry

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    Posted 09 October 2012 - 12:35 AM

    Has anyone put Alcoa wheels on a B 61 Mack front axel? Where can I get longer wheel studs?

    #2 OFFLINE   mack2000

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    Posted 09 October 2012 - 02:15 AM

    NAPA

    #3 ONLINE   j hancock

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    Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:16 AM

    Also, Fleetpride and any decent heavy duty truck service shop should be able to help you out. Jim

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    #4 OFFLINE   David

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    Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:45 AM

    Ask if they have a Euclid catalog. It shows actual size pictures. Best to take an old stud with you.

    #5 OFFLINE   BOB DINGSDALE

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    Posted 09 October 2012 - 11:34 AM

    Wayne : what part of BC are you in?

    #6 OFFLINE   Wayne Gentry

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    Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:50 PM

    Thanks guys, I already tried those options. No luck. I have Naniamo Mack looking, hope they can help!

    I am in Hope Bob. I think I called you about your Mack, LT, red? Beautiful truck, but I needed a single axel!

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    #7 OFFLINE   84superdog

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    Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:59 PM

    Im surprised Euclid doesnt make one thats pretty much the one stop shop for chassis parts, it may have to be a different style stud to mount the thicker wheels as long as the threads and the knurled portion of the shoulder are the same the head should clear and the rest of the stud can have a different straight shoulder or thread length.

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    #8 OFFLINE   Wayne Gentry

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    Posted 09 October 2012 - 11:18 PM

    Superdog, you may have more options down there. I need about 5/8 more length on the outboard thread than in the picture. Some one must have put Aluminum on the old Mack before!

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    #9 OFFLINE   David

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    Posted 10 October 2012 - 05:30 AM

    You may need to change to the smaller diameter on the outside (same as rear) and use the fat nuts.

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    Posted 10 October 2012 - 07:54 PM

    Wayne

    I use "CBS Parts" in Burnaby, they have an outlet in Abbotsford... the Euclid stud sizing chart is usually on the parts desk.. they got me all my odd ball stuff for my 56 bus, sometimes you have a minimum order for package size and have to wait for a stock order or pay extra freight... don't forget to renew the back nuts and hardened washers, not supposed to be used twice (but we all do!!)..
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    #11 OFFLINE   84superdog

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    Posted 10 October 2012 - 08:25 PM

    Superdog, you may have more options down there. I need about 5/8 more length on the outboard thread than in the picture. Some one must have put Aluminum on the old Mack before!

    Im guessing 3/4-16 Left and Right thread on the wheel end but I dont know what the other side is, can you get me the thread size on the back. I found one that looks to be that size in my catalog its 5/8 on the back and appears to match the stud you have. I can probably find it I just need to know for sure what the thread sizes are and I am guessing the back length of 1.75" is ok but you need something more like 2.5 to 3 on the 3/4-16 wheel end instead of 2", is that correct and you have left and right handed studs not all the same correct?

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    #12 OFFLINE   Wayne Gentry

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    Posted 10 October 2012 - 10:52 PM

    Thanks David, that is my plan "b". I would like the big studs. B C Mack, great, I will call them in the morning. Will get them measurments to you in the morning to Superdog. Thanks for the help guys!

    #13 OFFLINE   Wayne Gentry

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    Posted 11 October 2012 - 10:10 AM

    This is the measurment of the studs I have, inboard thread .870 x 1.743 shoulder thru hub .939 flange measured on flat sides 1.152 outer thread 1.112 x2.114 , needs to be 3/4 inch longer Thanks


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    Posted 11 October 2012 - 07:41 PM

    ok ill give it a shot tomorrow adn get back with ya.

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    #15 OFFLINE   Wayne Gentry

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    Posted 19 October 2012 - 12:05 AM

    Well, I couldn't find studs. I did find a machine shop that would build them. Thanks again for the help!

    #16 OFFLINE   BOB DINGSDALE

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    Posted 19 October 2012 - 11:28 AM

    Wayne: It's Ross Stephens you probably called about red LT.He too is here in Valley.I'll measure the studs in spare axle I have.I have old origanal wheels on my truck.Dam thick at stud holes.Let you know later today

    #17 OFFLINE   fifth wheel

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    Posted 19 October 2012 - 12:25 PM

    You can change the studs to 3/4-16 outer thread, then thread on long inner nuts and tighten them and use large outer nuts. Only draw back you have the 13/16 square that will show. (saw them off?)

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    #18 OFFLINE   BOB DINGSDALE

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    Posted 19 October 2012 - 02:27 PM

    Wayne: Do you know the size of front axle you have.Stamped in web under r/h spring.FA 508,510,600,etc.with brakes or without.Mack part numbers are FA 510 & 508 are 18AX145,146,881,882.for FA 600 are 169,170.mine is a FA 600.there 4inches over all.these numbers are for Budd wheels not Dayton.stud size in hub might be larger on mine.

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    Posted 19 October 2012 - 03:35 PM

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    This is the measurment of the studs I have, inboard thread .870 x 1.743 shoulder thru hub .939 flange measured on flat sides 1.152 outer thread 1.112 x2.114 , needs to be 3/4 inch longer Thanks


    So if i have figured it right 7/8" x 1 3/4 long then the flange and 1 1/8 x 2 9/64 but you need an additional 3/4 inch so over all length to be at 4 7/8 to 5 inches.

    Based off that description of the original stud it should be a euclid E-5922-L /R, there is not a stud that is that size 3/4 inch longer

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    #20 OFFLINE   Wayne Gentry

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    Posted 28 October 2012 - 11:08 PM

    Yes Bob, it was Ross i called. Tomastractorsvc, Yes, that is what I found out! I just have to get 'em built! And Fifth wheel, That was my plan "B" or "C", LOL Couldn't find anyone willing to certifi it tho! Well, it is comeing together now, everything back in the frame now, fired it up. Got the cab back from the paint shop, and should pick up the rest this week. Studs should be ready next week. Will be posting more pictures soon!




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