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I wanna stop at the hardware store after work so I can drain the diff and install my elocker this weekend but I forgot to bring a stud with me this morning...

Anyone know what size tap I need to buy?

The EPC is a little mysterious. The longer studs required are listed as:
90116‑10167... S=28 & 12.5, L=63.5, W(FULL FLOATING AXLE)

While the original studs are listed as:

90116‑10103 ... L=37, S=12 & 16

Soooo, does S=12 mean 12mm? Seems bigger than I remember. And what the heck is a 12.5mm stud then?!
 

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I wanna stop at the hardware store after work so I can drain the diff and install my elocker this weekend but I forgot to bring a stud with me this morning...

Anyone know what size tap I need to buy?

The EPC is a little mysterious. The longer studs required are listed as:
90116‑10167... S=28 & 12.5, L=63.5, W(FULL FLOATING AXLE)

While the original studs are listed as:

90116‑10103 ... L=37, S=12 & 16

Soooo, does S=12 mean 12mm? Seems bigger than I remember. And what the heck is a 12.5mm stud then?!
The studs should be M10 x 1.25 and you have a good hw store if they carry that tap on the shelf.
 
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The studs should be M10 x 1.25 and you have a good hw store if they carry that tap on the shelf.
Either you're teasing me or its my lucky day - Orchard Supply Hardware, which is definitely NOT a good hw store, says they have 3 on the rack...

Thank you!
 

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