Length of standard threaded hub wheel studs for C disc brake

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Length of standard threaded hub wheel studs for C disc brake

#1 Post by steve raucher » Sun Aug 05, 2018 5:21 pm

I'm running longer rear hub wheel studs on my Speedster with C disc brakes utilizing the big doughnut spacers with a couple of washers. Steel wheels with flat hubcaps. Want to switch back to standard length threaded studs. What is the correct MM length to do this on the rear no interference with hub cap placement?
Anyone have a good used pair to sale me?
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Re: Length of standard threaded hub wheel studs for C disc b

#2 Post by Jeffrey Leeds » Sun Aug 05, 2018 6:33 pm

Sorry Steve, timing is everything - I just completed a four wheel tire rotation yesterday, and this would have been an easy answer. (My '63 has a 4 wheel disk brake conversion)

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Re: Length of standard threaded hub wheel studs for C disc b

#3 Post by steve raucher » Mon Aug 06, 2018 10:26 am

Hello,
Can I get confirmation that 40MM threaded wheel studs are needed as standard size for 356 and early 911 disc brake rear?
Stoddard part # 901 341 671 01.
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Re: Length of standard threaded hub wheel studs for C disc b

#4 Post by steve raucher » Mon Aug 06, 2018 3:48 pm

Can anyone confirm if 45mm stud will still allow flat hubcap to clear it and properly sit on disc steel wheel?
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