XJ6 & XJ12 Series I, II & III 1968-1992

Replacing rear studs

 
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Old 11-24-2011, 09:16 AM
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1982 XJ6 how do you replace the rear studs? Can't tell if they thread in or are pressed in? All the parts info I have is no help. My best guess is go under the "shield" and grind the head of the back side and hope they thread out. Then find a 1/2 x 20 stud to thread in. Appreciate any info on this - Thanks
 
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I answered this on the Jag Lovers forum but YES the staked part is ground off with a cut-off wheel and the stud can be 'double-nutted' to remove the old one (or just use locking pliers)

I double-nut the new stud to install and tack weld the back of the stud to the hub.

The part number is C13365.

I keep them in stock for replacement. It might be good to keep one in the glove cubby for future use.

bob gauff
 
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Thank you for the info, I already have it done!
 
 
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