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    FS: Zinc plated extended Wheel Lug bolts

    I have wheel bolts for sale for those of you that do not want to switch over to studs but still want to run spacers.

    Features:
    Zinc Plated
    Grade 10.9 for strength. Much stronger than OEM

    *ALL PRICES INCLUDE SHIPPING WITHIN THE US ONLY
    *PM or email me for shipping outside of the US
    *Prices are for full kits, each kit is complete for all 4 wheels
    55.5mm $40 (4-lug) $50 (5-lug) **Slightly longer than OEM
    60.5mm $45 (4-lug) $55 (5-lug)
    64mm $45 (4-lug) $55 (5-lug)
    70.5mm $50 (4-lug) $60 (5-lug)
    75mm $50 (4-lug) $60 (5-lug)
    85mm $55 (4-lug) $65 (5-lug)
    Gorilla Wheel locks32mm shank, 60mm overall length $30

    For spacer/bolt reference (thanks Ramgoat):
    3mm Spacers - 30mm bolts
    5mm Spacers - 30mm bolts
    10mm Spacers - 37mm bolts
    12mm Spacers - 37mm bolts
    15mm Spacers - 39mm bolts
    18mm Spacers - 45mm bolts

    Lug bolt sizes


    Gorilla wheel Locks


    Paypal is: ryanzcastro@gmail.com
    *I will only ship to confirmed paypal addresses
    *Please email or PM me for other payment methods
    *When ordering please be sure to specify what you are ordering and if you have a 4 or 5 lug
    Last edited by kalib0y; 04-29-2011, 10:00 AM.
    95 7.1L 16V E36 M3
    Motorsport Hardware ***Wheel studs and Spacers!!!--->FOR SALE 4/5 Lug Stud Conversion Kits available CLICK HERE
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    PMs replied.
    95 7.1L 16V E36 M3
    Motorsport Hardware ***Wheel studs and Spacers!!!--->FOR SALE 4/5 Lug Stud Conversion Kits available CLICK HERE
    LIKE my Facebook Page! CLICK HERE

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      #3
      How many are included for that price? I need eight 30mm longer then stock for the rear and eight 20mm longer then stock for the front.
      85 325e m60b44 6 speed / 89 535i
      e30 restoration and V8 swap
      24 Hours of Lemons e30 build

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        #4
        Originally posted by JGood View Post
        How many are included for that price? I need eight 30mm longer then stock for the rear and eight 20mm longer then stock for the front.
        The pricing per kit is complete for all 4 wheels. For 8x85mm and 8x70.5mm it will be $52.50shipped
        95 7.1L 16V E36 M3
        Motorsport Hardware ***Wheel studs and Spacers!!!--->FOR SALE 4/5 Lug Stud Conversion Kits available CLICK HERE
        LIKE my Facebook Page! CLICK HERE

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          #5
          I am running Gorilla lug bolts and their quality is quite good.

          Your prices are competitive. Thank you for doing this.

          M52B28 OBD1 - G240 - S4.10
          Stuff for Sale: 24v swap parts

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            #6
            Thanks! morning bump
            95 7.1L 16V E36 M3
            Motorsport Hardware ***Wheel studs and Spacers!!!--->FOR SALE 4/5 Lug Stud Conversion Kits available CLICK HERE
            LIKE my Facebook Page! CLICK HERE

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              #7
              For reference:

              3mm Spacers - 30mm bolts

              5mm Spacers - 30mm bolts

              10mm Spacers - 37mm bolts

              12mm Spacers - 37mm bolts

              15mm Spacers - 39mm bolts

              18mm Spacers - 45mm bolts
              feedback?!

              4x100 32mm Wheel Spacers $70 Shipped

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                #8
                Thanks Mr. Ramgoat. I will add it to the 1st post and credit you.
                95 7.1L 16V E36 M3
                Motorsport Hardware ***Wheel studs and Spacers!!!--->FOR SALE 4/5 Lug Stud Conversion Kits available CLICK HERE
                LIKE my Facebook Page! CLICK HERE

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Ramgoat View Post
                  For reference:

                  3mm Spacers - 30mm bolts
                  5mm Spacers - 30mm bolts
                  10mm Spacers - 37mm bolts
                  12mm Spacers - 37mm bolts
                  15mm Spacers - 39mm bolts
                  18mm Spacers - 45mm bolts

                  Is there something I'm missing here? Wouldn't you want the bolt to be as close to the exact thickness of the spacer + 24mm as possible? That way it threads into the hub the exact amount that the factory bolt did?
                  85 325e m60b44 6 speed / 89 535i
                  e30 restoration and V8 swap
                  24 Hours of Lemons e30 build

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by JGood View Post
                    Is there something I'm missing here? Wouldn't you want the bolt to be as close to the exact thickness of the spacer + 24mm as possible? That way it threads into the hub the exact amount that the factory bolt did?
                    Not all the time becuase the wheel pads, or meat of the wheel that is between the bolt and wheel hub, varies between wheel manufacturers and can range from 9mm-15mm thick. Even your factory bolts would vary in depth depending on the different wheels you are installing so its always prudent to get a little bit longer to compensate for that.

                    The other alternative is to go with my wheel studs. They will always thread in the same depth into your hub. For your application, I have some new, stronger than US grade, TUV approved 80mm studs. This way, it would be easier to swap wheels and you wouldnt have to worry about the thread depth. PM me if you are interested in those.
                    95 7.1L 16V E36 M3
                    Motorsport Hardware ***Wheel studs and Spacers!!!--->FOR SALE 4/5 Lug Stud Conversion Kits available CLICK HERE
                    LIKE my Facebook Page! CLICK HERE

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by kalib0y View Post
                      Not all the time becuase the wheel pads, or meat of the wheel that is between the bolt and wheel hub, varies between wheel manufacturers and can range from 9mm-15mm thick. Even your factory bolts would vary in depth depending on the different wheels you are installing so its always prudent to get a little bit longer to compensate for that.

                      The other alternative is to go with my wheel studs. They will always thread in the same depth into your hub. For your application, I have some new, stronger than US grade, TUV approved 80mm studs. This way, it would be easier to swap wheels and you wouldnt have to worry about the thread depth. PM me if you are interested in those.

                      I understand that, so that makes it even more curious to me why a "chart" like that would exist.

                      10mm Spacers - 37mm bolts
                      12mm Spacers - 37mm bolts

                      I don't really see the logic behind that...

                      Not trying to say anyone is wrong, just trying to learn!
                      85 325e m60b44 6 speed / 89 535i
                      e30 restoration and V8 swap
                      24 Hours of Lemons e30 build

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                        #12
                        Its just more of a general point of refrence. I can narrow it down so it applies directly with my studs/bolts, as a matter of fact I may do that.
                        95 7.1L 16V E36 M3
                        Motorsport Hardware ***Wheel studs and Spacers!!!--->FOR SALE 4/5 Lug Stud Conversion Kits available CLICK HERE
                        LIKE my Facebook Page! CLICK HERE

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by JGood View Post
                          I understand that, so that makes it even more curious to me why a "chart" like that would exist.

                          10mm Spacers - 37mm bolts
                          12mm Spacers - 37mm bolts

                          I don't really see the logic behind that...

                          Not trying to say anyone is wrong, just trying to learn!
                          This is the reason whys stud conversions are superior. Because the part that threads into the hub remains constant regardless of the stud length.

                          BTW, im just bumping an old thread :)
                          95 7.1L 16V E36 M3
                          Motorsport Hardware ***Wheel studs and Spacers!!!--->FOR SALE 4/5 Lug Stud Conversion Kits available CLICK HERE
                          LIKE my Facebook Page! CLICK HERE

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