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    #46
    thanks for the help.

    I ordered 80mm studs for use with 20mm spacer and iX weaves. My weaves have a hub thickness of 10mm. I could have used 57mm studs, but I want extra thread.

    I will be posting a review when they arrive.:D

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      #47
      Ryan thanks
      got my kit on today and it looks awesome.. :up:





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        #48
        Jeremy, Thanks for the review. Your car looks awesome. What a difference wheels make!
        95 7.1L 16V E36 M3
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          #49
          morning bump for a new week
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            #50
            doing a midweek shipment. Get in on it if you want to make it for bimmerfest!

            Pick ups available for Bimmerfest attendees...PM for details
            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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              #51
              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
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                #52
                These prices are great! Ill be ordering from you within the month! Thanks!

                Originally posted by Ryan...
                It now emits a beautiful blue-ish yellow/green smoke from the exhaust?? No idea what would cause that color, but I assume its good.

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                  #53
                  Originally posted by Brandon12V View Post
                  These prices are great! Ill be ordering from you within the month! Thanks!
                  looking forward to your order. Let me know if you have any questions
                  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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                    #54
                    may be getting these. A PO did this on my car but the nuts rusted to the stud so some of the studs have come out with the nut while a few stay in. Is there a proper technique to keeping the studs in? maybe mine were old, but you said blue locktite does the job?

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                      #55
                      Originally posted by downforce22 View Post
                      may be getting these. A PO did this on my car but the nuts rusted to the stud so some of the studs have come out with the nut while a few stay in. Is there a proper technique to keeping the studs in? maybe mine were old, but you said blue locktite does the job?
                      I like to use Blue loctite but red will also work as some others use that. Since its good practice, especially when you race, to change your studs every few years. I imagine how much it would be a PITA to get the studs off with red loctite.

                      I will be finalizing this weeks orders tommorow so if you want to get in on it let me know.
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                      Motorsport Hardware ***Wheel studs and Spacers!!!--->FOR SALE 4/5 Lug Stud Conversion Kits available CLICK HERE
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                        #56
                        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
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                          #57
                          REVIEW

                          Package:
                          I order the 57mm stud kit. The studs came in a USPS fixed rate box. Inside the box were two bags. One containing the studs and the other containing the stud nuts. Everything looked strong and error free.
















                          Installation is a breeze. If you can't take wheels off and put them back on...step away. Pictures below show the kit running with 15mm spacers.












                          I haven't done the front wheels yet. I need to test to make sure the studs still work with a different offset than my rears. I'll do a test drive tomorrow, but I can't imagine anything going wrong. Everything fit perfectly and I'm hoping to get some for my M3 down the road.
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                            #58
                            installing as we speak!


                            Originally posted by stewie30luvr
                            ooo cause i was fixing my chain tensioner and there was a black widow on the radiator so i killed it
                            Originally posted by JakeP
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                              #59
                              Ok, i have a question is this conversion safe? I mean, i always imagine like if nothing is holding the stud from inside it will come loose at some point even with loctite. And when need to remove the wheel for any reason, i imagine that the stud will unscrew from its place. Pls let me know sbout my concerns ryan, im tempted to do the conversion but dont feel like its safe.


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                                #60
                                no more unsafe as having a stock lug bolt. you dont even use loctite on a stock lugbolt do you?


                                Originally posted by stewie30luvr
                                ooo cause i was fixing my chain tensioner and there was a black widow on the radiator so i killed it
                                Originally posted by JakeP
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