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Thread: brake drum replacement on 1954ish pickup

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    I got it from a local lumberyard it’s a Milwaukee brand. It says bimetal on the package. The drill press I used has a speed adjustment and I was turning it really slow and using plenty of cutting oil

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    Anyone know a part number for the stud? I am having trouble locating any.

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    We have you covered.

    If you would like to be period correct, the driver's side calls out for left handed threads. The links are for the left handed thread studs and lug nuts;

    https://www.kaiserwillys.com/categor...71-jeep-willys
    https://www.kaiserwillys.com/categor...71-jeep-willys

    The right side uses traditional right hand thread studs. (If you want to make life easier, you can do both sides in right handed thread)

    https://www.kaiserwillys.com/categor...71-jeep-willys
    https://www.kaiserwillys.com/categor...71-jeep-willys

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    I’ll second the Milwaukee hole saws but, no matter which brand I buy, they don’t last long cutting steel.
    Jeff
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    '47 CJ2A

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    I have this set and it will drill frame rails. It is a shallow drill however, and costly.

    https://www.greenleestore.com/produc...RoCvTgQAvD_BwE

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