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Trailer Wheel Stud, Press Fit 1/2"-20 x 1.75" #32498

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Trailer Wheel Stud, Press Fit 1/2"-20 x 1.75" #32498

  • Zinc finish Grade 8 wheel stud
  • Overall length 2"
  • Thread length 1"
  • Insert length 1/2"
  • Cap diameter 3/4"
  • Knurl 1/3"

UFP Press Fit Wheel Stud GM (very common). #32498 (007-312-00)


Customer Reviews

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Larry G. (Willis, US)

Correct fit and excellent shipping time

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Bo H. (Greenbrier, US)
Perfect

Exactly what I ordered and was delivered on time. Will definitely look to pacific trailers for any other trailer needs.

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Raymond C. (Lahaina, US)

fast,

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Joshua D. (Eden Prairie, US)
Worked for my trailer hubs

The part matched my broken wheel studs perfectly. Prior to ordering I called the staff at Pacific Trailers to confirm that it would work and they were knowledgeable about what products they would work on.

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William M. (Las Vegas, US)
Exactly as described

Part was exactly as described and delivered promptly. Was an exact replacement part

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Jeff J.
Replacement trailer stud bolt for 6109.

I found the direct replacement through some searching on the internet for my trailer stud bolt through pacifictrailers. The cost was great and shipping very reasonable. I will definitely be looking at their site again for any trailer accessories I may need. Very efficient on keeping you updated on shipping too. They really do seem to care about customer satisfaction.

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Jorge E.V. (Miami, US)
Excelente servicio

Envío y seguimiento excelente. Buen precio y calidad de producto.

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Tanner S. (Los Angeles, US)
Does not fit DICO

Good quality and finish. Does not fit my needs. I have a DICO brand hub and hadn’t measured the press fitting opening. Turns out the collar and fitting on these bolts is much smaller in diameter than standard. Had to go get a cheap one from the auto parts store locally.

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Andrew S. (Long Beach, US)
Trailer wheel stud

Ordering was easy and shipping was quick. My trailer manufacturer gave me the part number and dimensions. Pacific Trailer price was reasonable. I installed it a few days ago.

Challenge was getting the old broken stud out. For that, I drilled a 1/4 inch hole lengthwise completely through, applied torch heat to the hub and then pounded the broken stud out using a small sledge hammer. It took some hammering but it finally moved. Installed the replacement by pulling the stud through the hub by tightening the lug nut with a fender washer against the hub to start. After the hub started to spin I mounted the wheel, lowered it to the ground to prevent spinning and continued to tighten the lug nut until pulled into place.

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Robert G. (McCall, US)
Bob G

Thanks, just what I needed