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I recently installed extended studs into the front hubs of my NA without much trouble and want to do my rears as well. I've done some searching and people seem to have mixed experiences as to whether there is enough clearance to get the new longer stud in, if anything needs to be filed down for clearance, and whether the whole process can be done without removing the rear hubs from the car.

Can anyone who has first hand experience replacing rear studs chime in? Also, what extended studs are everyone using?
 

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I guess this probably should have been in the Brakes, Wheels & Tires section too
 

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ARP studs. make sure you get the right year. To get them in without removing the hub you'll have to trim the dust shield.
 

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Thanks for the info everyone. Ended up going with Ichiba studs. Now I just have to barrow a grinder!
 

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5XRacing calls for ARP 100-7720 for the 94-05 rears and ARP 100-7719 for the fronts.
Is anyone else running non-ARP studs on their 94-05 rears? I'm trying to locate the Ichiba studs that will fit but according to their website it looks like they only make the equivalent to the ARP 100-7719 part which has the wrong knurl. I may have to just spend the extra money on ARP, just looking into cheaper alternatives.
 

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Yea the rears have a different shoulder than the front from 90-93 to 94-05 iirc
 

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+2 to shaving the rear studs...makes them go in very easily...grinder is nice :)
 

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5XRacing calls for ARP 100-7720 for the 94-05 rears and ARP 100-7719 for the fronts.
Is anyone else running non-ARP studs on their 94-05 rears? I'm trying to locate the Ichiba studs that will fit but according to their website it looks like they only make the equivalent to the ARP 100-7719 part which has the wrong knurl. I may have to just spend the extra money on ARP, just looking into cheaper alternatives.
Got mine here.
http://www.saferacer.com/kjz-racing-spec-miata-wheel-studs.html?productid=2445
 
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