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Trying to find Cragar unilug washers #739954
August 30th 2018 3:58 pm
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So, i snagged a set of old Cragars recently for my '78 dodge and i've been wire brushing like hell to clean them up and they're almost ready for some new shoes. The rear are 15x12 and 5x4.5 and the fronts are 15x8 unilug. I'm trying to find the right washers but noones been able to confirm exactly what i need. I've found some on Jegs, the thread is right (1/2x20) the oval looks like the right shape. But they say they're for the keystone and not the s/s. Does anyone know the shank i'll need? orrr know the bolts im looking for? I'm trying to school myself on wheels here, could use a second opinion. Link to bolts and pic of wheels below.

https://www.jegs.com/i/Cragar/260/K...tx9Yk2zJQppdOuozN3bYyANVZ_RoC5RgQAvD_BwE


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Re: Trying to find Cragar unilug washers [Re: SlowCompany] #739959
August 30th 2018 5:43 pm
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It will depend on your wheel stud length and how far it goes through the wheel. I had bought the shorter length ones but found out I actually needed the 1.37" length shank for them to thread on. This place has some pretty good prices and options for them on e-bay:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/20-CORRECT...S-MUSTANG-DODGE-20-WASHERS-/302806590933

Re: Trying to find Cragar unilug washers [Re: SlowCompany] #740128
September 06th 2018 5:55 pm
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Thanks man! This sent me in the right direction. We'll see how they fit.

Re: Trying to find Cragar unilug washers [Re: SlowCompany] #740166
September 06th 2018 10:48 pm
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According to the internet Jeg's has them. Just make sure you get the correct washer, as the washer can be either "centered" or "off-set."


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