Hub studs and nuts ?

Phil Rhodes

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I'm trying to ID the hub studs and nuts for a friend. The parts books I have found aren't clear as to the studs and nuts and I'm not very familiar with the goat. I have found what I think is the stud part number but I find nothing on the nut. Using the 242-34P dated April 1985 I think the stud number is 5306-01-075-7876 / 11686153-2 (Fig 141 item 27). But it doesn't show the nut. Can anyone verify that number or share the correct number for the stud and the nut?
 

Mullaney

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I'm trying to ID the hub studs and nuts for a friend. The parts books I have found aren't clear as to the studs and nuts and I'm not very familiar with the goat. I have found what I think is the stud part number but I find nothing on the nut. Using the 242-34P dated April 1985 I think the stud number is 5306-01-075-7876 / 11686153-2 (Fig 141 item 27). But it doesn't show the nut. Can anyone verify that number or share the correct number for the stud and the nut?
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Claims to be a BOLT,FINNED NECK

Hat to admit ignorance, but FINDING some place that will sell the actual part - not so much. Mostly because when you request a quote on the NSN sites, they don't really give a flip about selling you a dozen of anything...
 
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