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  • showbizkid
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    You can get replacement stud kits from SI and others with brass nuts to keep from seizing. Worth it!


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  • Kdancy
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    The passenger side manifold studs are longer to permit bolting in the "flapper" valve.

    53commander HDTP
    53 Champion HDTP
    64 Champ long bed V8

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  • r1lark
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    The Parts Manuals normally give the diameter, thread, and length of the studs. Check it out.

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  • jallen
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    Common item at your local parts store. thread a bolt into the hole and you will have your size.

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  • robtc
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    exhaust stud

    After a bit of cutting and hacking I have hooked up an exhaust off of a long gone GT hawk to my '55 Champion. However, the exhaust manifold is missing the studs that connect to the exhaust pipe. Anyone have the size of said studs and know if they might be readily available at a local parts store?
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