Hi folks. I'm getting my wagon back on the road after a year of sitting in the weeds and I'm sourcing the two studs that go into the manifold and hold the catalytic converter on. I could walk into the auto parts house and buy 'em off the shelf, but virus etc., I'm trying to order them online with the thousand other parts I'm getting. I pulled out the calipers and sized them as 3/8 - 16 TPI but for whatever reason was looking to see if a kit was on RockAuto and found this manifold kit instead: https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=274880&cc=1119103&jsn=2530 Pictured are two studs which would seem to be for the manifold-to-converter attachment but they look nothing like what is on my car. I just have two normal exhaust studs like you'd thread in a cylinder head for the manifold attachment, with roughly 2-1/4 inches of total threaded length. If I had studs that looked like that I'd not be able to get the converter bolted down to within an inch of the manifold. And so I wonder: what did this look like originally? Were there springs there that someone before me did away with, similar to the flange joint after the converter? Those studs in the image look a full inch longer than what I have now. I'd not even be able to clear them as the left stud I took off already sat 1/4 inch from the A/C hard line. I had to unbolt the A/C compressor from the engine to remove the nut as it were. All the best!