Re: dually conversion lug studs
Is your truck a factory 4x4 chassis cab DRW or a conversion? On my conversion the lugs are unique and I haven't found them yet. Haven't looked for studs. From one of my previous posts:
"The OBS F-Super Duty lugs don't match up either and the F-350 chassis cab 4x4 lugs are the same as the F-350 2WD. Measuring with my caliper the inner diameter of a factory DRW lug nut is .499 inches and the conversion lug is .574 inches. On the outside, where you'd put an open end wrench on is .869 inches on the factory lug and 1.057 inches on the conversion lug. Height on the factory lug is 1.033 inches and .812 inches on the conversion. Truck also has Rockwell steel wheels rated at 2500 pounds each. Maybe that will help if someone else runs into one of these."
I was able to get a fixed washer lug in at Napa. I suspect they also have the studs but I've never had the need for one. You might check with www.arrowcraft.com
if your truck is a conversion. They still sell the spacer/adapters and might have studs.
'94 F350 4x4 PowerStroke, 5-speed, 4.10 gears, crew cab, XLT, Luk Clutch, ZF-47, Hydroboost, AIC, Max A/C Assist, 95.5 radiator and degas bottle 318,000 miles
'96 F350 4x4 PowerStroke, auto, 4.10 gears, crew cab, XLT, DRW conversion, AIC, 502,000 miles
'02 F350 4x4 PowerStroke, 6-speed, 3.73 gears, crew cab, XLT, DRW, AIC, 223,000 miles