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5/8th wheel stud upgrade

Has anyone ever changed their 12 x 1.5mm front hub wheel studds to something larger?

Im in the process of buying a 9 rearend with full floater hubs and they have 5/8th studs in them and want front and rear to match.

Is it possible?


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Has anyone ever changed their 12 x 1.5mm front hub wheel studds to something larger?

Im in the process of buying a 9 rearend with full floater hubs and they have 5/8th studs in them and want front and rear to match.

Is it possible?


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What bolt pattern? If it's a 5x5 bolt pattern there are wheel spacer adapters you can buy but I wouldn't get anywhere near one of those.

You should talk to Brian at Front Range Offroad, he has a wealth of knowledge about these things and should be able to point you in the right direction.
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What bolt pattern? If it's a 5x5 bolt pattern there are wheel spacer adapters you can buy but I wouldn't get anywhere near one of those.



You should talk to Brian at Front Range Offroad, he has a wealth of knowledge about these things and should be able to point you in the right direction.


3rd gen 4runners are 6 x 5.5 I am not interested in wheel spacers thats for sure


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What bolt pattern? If it's a 5x5 bolt pattern there are wheel spacer adapters you can buy but I wouldn't get anywhere near one of those.

You should talk to Brian at Front Range Offroad, he has a wealth of knowledge about these things and should be able to point you in the right direction.
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3rd gen 4runners are 6 x 5.5 I am not interested in wheel spacers thats for sure


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I think he was asking if 5 lug because its a Ford 9. How easy is it to convert one to 6x5.5?
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Has anyone ever changed their 12 x 1.5mm front hub wheel studds to something larger?

Im in the process of buying a 9 rearend with full floater hubs and they have 5/8th studs in them and want front and rear to match.

Is it possible?


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I don't think I've seen anyone do it, but if you just want the studs to match, you could probably pull the hubs, and get a machine shop to drill the stud holes (oh that sounds dirty!) out to the right size for 5/8ths, then put some new studs in.
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5/8ths is a huge stud. 2mm bigger than a Silverado 3500. Why do you need this? Are you into extreme wheeling? No American full sized 1 ton dump trucks use wheel studs that big.
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modify the rear to match?
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Why do you need this?
So he can do sweet jumps & drive home-
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I think he was asking if 5 lug because its a Ford 9. How easy is it to convert one to 6x5.5?


Custom rearend. Look up camburg off road race rearends and hubs. Thats what I have


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I don't think I've seen anyone do it, but if you just want the studs to match, you could probably pull the hubs, and get a machine shop to drill the stud holes (oh that sounds dirty!) out to the right size for 5/8ths, then put some new studs in.


I work at a machine shop so thats the plan its fairly straight forward I just dont want to do something to my drivers hubs and it not work.



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5/8ths is a huge stud. 2mm bigger than a Silverado 3500. Why do you need this? Are you into extreme wheeling? No American full sized 1 ton dump trucks use wheel studs that big.


Off road racing hubs, 5/8th is just basically standard


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modify the rear to match?


That is also a possibility I may look into cause I would then not have to drill out my wheels for 5/8. Only thing is I dunno how easy it would be to find a 12mm with the knurled section the same size and the 5/8 studs.

Just another issue in the world of building a toy




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That is also a possibility I may look into cause I would then not have to drill out my wheels for 5/8. Only thing is I dunno how easy it would be to find a 12mm with the knurled section the same size and the 5/8 studs.

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can you just clock the pattern in the flange? (apologies, I have no visual of what you're working with)
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Camburg 2.25 Rear Hub Kit [6 on 5.5 x 35 spline] | Camburg Engineering

There pictures is of a 5 lug hub but these are the rear hubs for the rearend.


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if they're 5 on 5.5 I'd think you could re-drill the pattern, clocked, no?

- it's a thought.
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