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#1 artinist

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Posted 14 April 2005 - 11:16 AM

here are some longer wheel studs for those in need when you are using spacers, drag slicks , road racing or for the big brake kit:

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ARP 100-7712 Â $20 for 5 studs
http://www.summitrac...ts/arp-100-7712

there are originally designed for honda applications but fit pefectly on ours also.
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they are made by KYO-EI and are from japan i think.
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these I got from roadrace engineering. they are the same part used on the DSM and 3000GT and are 3/4" longer than the stock ones.

http://www.roadracee...newproducts.htm
$13 for 4 studs

here is another place that sells something similar:
http://supercar-engi...oducts_id=11392

here is how I installed the studs. i used an impact gun and its a lot easier since its not necessary to hold the hold the hub from spinning like you would if you were to use a wrench.
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Posted 14 April 2005 - 11:54 AM

And who says SIZE does'nt matter ? ;D ;D

Thanks Art for the research and findings on this matter.
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Posted 14 April 2005 - 12:01 PM

This should probably go into the faq's
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Posted 15 April 2005 - 06:01 AM

What is the material for these studs?  How does it compare to the stock studs?  


Just a word of caution:   Increasing your thread engagement length on lug studs dramatically increases the bending moment in the studs.   This may cause failure of the stud.   With our 8" wide rear wheels/fat tires, high torque engines, etc, we may be getting close the yield point within these longer studs if they are the same material as stock.  


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Posted 15 April 2005 - 10:48 AM

i would say almost all of the force on the studs is parallel with its length and its on the studs that happens to be on the lower half portion of the hub(circle) as the wheel turns.

the weight of the car tends to want to push the wheels up but that force in effect translates to the wheel wanting to tilt on its side just like additional camber does.

that force pulls on the lower studs and pushes against the upper ones. the force will change direction when the car is in a turn or increase if the turn is in the other direction but for most of the part, its never quite simply a prependicular up and down  to the studs so they will most likely not bend.

if they strip or shear off under the strain, thats another matter but i am not too conserned. i would never go road racing with the 1/2" spacers but i think for any normal use they will be fine.

i have had those 1" hub spacers on my vette when I took it roadracing and they were fine.
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Posted 08 April 2016 - 04:41 AM

Front Wheel Stud/Bolt





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610-415 Posted Image M12-1.50 Non-Serrated Wheel Stud With Clip Head - 11.99mm Knurl, 50.5mm Length
Application Summary: Chrysler Conquest 1989-88, Dodge Conquest 1986, Mitsubishi Starion 1989-85, Plymouth Conquest 1986
Application Notes:
Front
Application Attributes:
Package Quantity: 10
Packaging Type: Box
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610-415.1 Posted Image M12-1.50 Non-Serrated Wheel Stud With Clip Head - 11.99mm Knurl, 50.5mm Length
Application Summary: Chrysler Conquest 1989-88, Dodge Conquest 1986, Mitsubishi Starion 1989-85, Plymouth Conquest 1986
Application Notes:
Front
Application Attributes:
Package Quantity: 1
Packaging Type: Bag
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http://www.dormanpro...Bolt&origin=YMM

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Posted 08 April 2016 - 11:59 AM

REAR Studs



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610-275 Posted Image M12-1.50 Serrated Wheel Stud - 14.30mm Knurl, 41.5mm Length
Application Summary: CHRYSLER 1995-71, DAIHATSU 1992-88, HYUNDAI 2005-94, MITSUBISHI 1999-83
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610-275.1 Posted Image
M12-1.50 Serrated Wheel Stud - 14.30mm Knurl, 41.5mm Length
Application Summary: CHRYSLER 1995-71, DAIHATSU 1992-88, HYUNDAI 2005-94, MITSUBISHI 1999-83
Application Attributes:
Package Quantity: 1
Packaging Type: Bag

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