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Old 05-25-2010, 05:45 PM   #16
richie_s999
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Originally Posted by EuroSpec_92 View Post
why would you want lugs?
It's alot easier to change rims, and also allows a visual confirmation that they are on properly. Most racing bodies require them to insure proper thread engagment. Myself the rims I have in the garage for my car the hubs are so thick stock bolts won't even show thread through them so intead of using longer bolts a stud conversion will allow changing of rims without having to worry about bolt length all the time.
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Old 06-19-2010, 01:22 AM   #17
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Same here, I have rim that are 30mm deep and I'm planning to run a 15mm spacer, so if i add 12 mm of bolting thread, is't about 57mm alone

It's a must do

I've order from Vorshlag since I didn't want to mess with the quality, and cheaper than TMS for the same product

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