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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

Based on 14 reviews
Larry G. (Willis, US)

Correct fit and excellent shipping time

Bo H. (Greenbrier, US)

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

Raymond C. (Lahaina, US)


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.

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

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

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.

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

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

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.

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.

Robert G. (McCall, US)
Bob G

Thanks, just what I needed