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 Post subject: Wheel Stud Problem?
 Post Posted: Thu Nov 10, 2011 6:50 pm 
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Anyone other than jmarkaudio see anything wrong with this picture? Yeah, I talked to him about this yesterday so he's disqualified! O:)

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 Post subject: Re: Wheel Stud Problem?
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Mummmmmmmm you did say anything to me when we talked #-o yesterday
Yep the sleeves are missing =;

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 Post subject: Re: Wheel Stud Problem?
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Beretta wrote:
Mummmmmmmm you did say anything to me when we talked #-o yesterday
Yep the sleeves are missing =;


Wonder why I had a vibration down track? :-k This ought to fix that problem though, hey! ;-) My friend over where I use to work made these for me last night and brought them by this afternoon.

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 Post subject: Re: Wheel Stud Problem?
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So did I win something??????? \:D/ \:D/
The ones that come with the studs screw on the studs but what your buddy made looks like it
should work fine....

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Beretta wrote:
So did I win something??????? \:D/ \:D/
The ones that come with the studs screw on the studs but what your buddy made looks like it
should work fine....


THESE SCREW ON TOO! ;-) They also center the brake rotor on the axle.

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 Post subject: Re: Wheel Stud Problem?
 Post Posted: Thu Nov 10, 2011 9:26 pm 
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I never did like that style stud. I prefer the stud that's 11/16" with the ends turned down & threaded 5/8". I think it's a lot better to have the 5/8" unthreaded stud stick all the way through the wheel and use a spacer between the wheel and lug that fits over the 5/8".

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 Post subject: Re: Wheel Stud Problem?
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Chuck those spacers are the same width as the wheel mouning flange and the wheel nuts do have spacers between the nut and the wheel. The wheels on this car are are the old style Centerline Convo Pros.

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