63mm I think on my van to accomodate thicker wolf-race wheels, used a nut screwed on to stud so that it was all flush and wallopped them with a club hammer, they came out with no protest at all!! lol!
To bash them back in with hammer was posing to be a bit more of a problem, so I think I tapped the new studs back through & lined the splines up & then used the nut technique,to pull the studs through, I may have reversed a socket & stuck it over the stud & then cranked up the nut to pull the stud through, so I didn't have to wind the nut all the way down the length of the stud..taking forever if you know what I mean?
Didn't have to take anything else apart, but still took a while. Also remember to use another hammer or something heavy behind the hub, supporting it so the force of the hammer blows only directs onto the stud, & the other hammer or weight will absorb rest of the force/shock from the hammer blows rather than all the other components connected to the hub, shock going down the driveshafts etc, etc