Need wheel stud?

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Need wheel stud?

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[img][img][/img][/img]Hi i just bought a clodzilla 2 , it has the wheel widners on it, i was driving it around out side, and the driver rear tire fell off, i seen that the nut to hold the rim on, and the little stud that screws into the axel i guess with the wheel nut was gone. Where can i get them from, i dont know what the part is called, to try to even look for the piece to order, i need your help. Thank you
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Could you show us a pic or two of your truck as well as close ups of the widener? There are several styles of wideners out there for clods.
I think the clodzilla one's used a barrel nut in place of the stock wheel nut, but without seeing what you have, it's hard to say for sure.

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Brett from CPE sells barrel nuts in different lengths. This might help you find what you are looking for. Pictures like Andy said would help us best.

http://crawfordperformanceengineering.c ... el&x=0&y=0
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Hi im trying to post some pictures but can't figure it out, but the axel has the widner on it, then like a stud sticking through it , then a nut screws into to hold the rim on

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Sounds like TTR Wideners. Message Brad with a pic of what you are after and he should be able to sort you out.

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My widners are shaped almost like a stop sign, and have the hex cut out on the back, and has i think 5 holes in it for the little nipples on the rim to stick in. I cant send pictures i tried but i guess im not doing it write

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Not mine, but this shows a clodzilla with the optional ESP wide-ride widening kit.

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Hi, yes those are the clod widners i have on mine. My center stud fell out of the center of the widner along with the nut holding the rim and tire on . Where can i get the stud. I checked ebay but not sure what to write out to find it

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Probably what your going to have to end up doing is finding the right length barrel nut to replace the stud.

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Where do i get one of them

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I'm thinking here:
http://store.rc4wd.com/search.asp?keywo ... l+nut&www=

But I'm not sure what one is the right one.

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I think the ESP sets used a 1/4" round aluminum standoff with 4mm threads. A setscrew is inserted for the threaded stud and standard 4mm nylock used to hold the wheel. Not sure length of stand off though.
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Thanks everybody for your time and help, gonna see if i can get a threaded rod . I know the wheel nut from a traxxas slash fits on the rod that i'm missing