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Rear wheel stud for SVO
#1

Can anyone point me to the correct rear wheel stud for an SVO with disc brakes? There are several different ones listed that have various knurls and lengths. Thanks.
'86 SVO, ported head, ported intake, Bo 1.5, .040 block, Pimp XS.
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#2

Your best bet is to pop one out and measure it. A good parts guy should be able to match one up pretty easily by size.
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#3

From my point of view, the best option will be to modify your camber. This will make your to be handled better. It's not so hard to do it, you can make it alone in your garage. I think that you should read more about this to take a final decision. I've installed a negative camber with track settings, my car is like a rocket now. I've got inspired from https://low-offset.com/workshop/understa...el-offset/. I think that here you can read all the details you need to know about your problem. It was hard to choose between positive and negative camber, but I think that I made the right decision.
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(02-12-2021, 06:47 PM)Amgrist Wrote:  From my point of view, the best option will be to modify your camber. 
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HUH?? He needed a wheel stud (6+ months ago)!  You must be one of them thar TROLLS. If so........... 🖕
Placerville, California
(former)  '78 2.3T Courier w/blow-thru Autolite 2bbl carb ~ (current)  '87 2.3T Ranger w/PiMP’d EFI
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