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Im looking for the name a part for my car. its the piece that the rotor sits on. this piece has the studs that the bolts screw onto, thats the best description i can give

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The rotor sits on the distributor shaft. So to replace the shaft you replace the whole distributor assembly.

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    wyatt connolly Sep 15, 2008

    i didnt see legacy im terribly sorry CMV9 is correct, it is called a cv shaft however the part with the studs is called a front hub assembly and can usually be bought seperately

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It is called the front (cv joint)

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