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My '64 Allstate was missing a front wheel stud when I bought it. I am having a hell of a time finding a replacement stud: M10x1.5. Anyone have a source? Thanks in advance.
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Do you have a pic of what you need? I have the front wheel assembly that I took off my bike when I swapped to 10" wheels.
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Its not just a stud. There is a thin head on it and its welded into the axle assembly. I'd clean up the old weld and hole, get a black oxide bolt, thin the head down and install like factory with some welds. Don't try to weld zinc/galvanized.
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I've got the whole shebang so to speak. PM me if you'd like it.
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FridayMatinee wrote:
I've got the whole shebang so to speak. PM me if you'd like it.
I just sent you a PM.
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Do you have a pic of what you need? I have the front wheel assembly that I took off my bike when I swapped to 10" wheels.
What you posted looks exactly like the front axle from my Allstate.
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^^^ That's your best solution. And monza is right, a stud might work welded in properly, but you'd be a lot better off with one of these for this kind of repair. You could grind the head down flatter as needed:

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this one is hi strength alloy, 10x1.5 x 25mm long, and you can buy just one for 47 cents.
https://www.belmetric.com/m10x15-coarse-thread-c-6_341_1445_379_2386/sb10x25-button-head-109-black-p-13517.html
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