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Old 07-16-2015, 08:02 PM   #1
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Wheel studs help

Hey guys im replacing all my wheel studs kinda on a whim when 1 stud on each hub snapped ir stripped taking my tires off my recently aquired used 02 svt 101,xxx miles I was just going to replace the brakes...

So I went to the car parts store and asked for studs they said the front was different from the back but taking my ild studs out it appears as if the ones they sold me for the front are what I need for the front and back

Does anyone know if the studs are the same front and back in the svt and maybe they gave me general focus studs?

Gonna go finish taking old ones off thanks for looking (wasnt sure if I should put this here or general tech wheels/tires forum)


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I've used stock Focus studs on my SVT without an issue. And I don't remember there being a difference front to rear but I'm not for sure on that one.
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Nothing special between SVT and standard Focus front hubs/studs.

I haven't checked in a while, but new rear hubs might not be that much, plus you'll have new wheel bearings.
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Well all is well now I just bought more of the fronts idk why but all the shops said that non svt foci had shorter studs in the rear no clue though I just know I got it figured out
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Well all is well now I just bought more of the fronts idk why but all the shops said that non svt foci had shorter studs in the rear no clue though I just know I got it figured out
The studs for the front are longer then the rear cause the hub flange is thicker then the rear. Its just a little longer then the rear ones. The fronts are simple to replace.
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This topic has been discussed before. On vehicles with rear disc brakes (SVT or non-SVT) the wheel studs are the same front and back. On vehicles with rear drum brakes they use the shorter wheel studs that the parts store list.
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Thanks I tried to look for it and couldnt find it I figured if I named one wheel studs it might be easier to find
ps. For anyone doing this the svt atleast is easier to do this on than any car I found examples of on YouTube you don't have to remove anything more than the brakes or cut pieces or anything its very straight forward and was super easy
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