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Old July 27th, 2013, 11:44   #8
polaris600dragon
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Originally Posted by etrump View Post
Did you end up using the wheel studs? I have a 2006 Jetta that one of the diff. rivots decided to break off and exit the tranny. All of the others are loose enough that I can twist them by hand. The car has just over 200k miles. I was just wondering if this solution worked for you or if you ever heard of the right bolt kit.

So far so good, I have 3000 miles on the studs. I used a hydraulic press to install the studs in the differential, and used three bond high strength retaining type loctite. By memory I torqued the nuts to 80 or 100 foot pounds, (but I think arp had a recommendation for the nuts).

I ended up using arp number 300-8338 for the nuts which have a small flange.

Last edited by polaris600dragon; July 27th, 2013 at 11:51. Reason: added part number
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