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Old 09-18-2013, 06:10 AM   #1
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Extended Wheels Studs

Anyone knows where I can get extended wheel studs that would fit a samurai?
I know ARP sells but if for samurai fitment, what's the part number?

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I've looked around online & haven't came across any so if push come to shove, I would buy a honda set & adapt

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Old 09-18-2013, 04:11 PM   #2
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how much longer do you need? I found some at a local parts store about 10mm longer for when I did my own rear disc conversion.
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Old 09-20-2013, 07:21 PM   #3
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how much longer do you need? I found some at a local parts store about 10mm longer for when I did my own rear disc conversion.
Looking for about 60-80mm of thread length

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Old 09-22-2013, 09:41 AM   #4
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Are you using for a "spacer"? If so it is much stronger to use an adapter than a spacer and longer studs.
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Old 09-23-2013, 04:42 AM   #5
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Are you using for a "spacer"? If so it is much stronger to use an adapter than a spacer and longer studs.
Nope....I'll be using Pro Comp 15x10 steelies w/ 2.5" BS
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Ok. Why so long?just curious...
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Old 09-23-2013, 05:05 PM   #7
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Ok After measuring a stock stud I belive a 4-5" thread length max is enough

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Ok. Why so long?just curious...
I don't like the idea of a closed wheel stud....With an longer stud, the stud will now be exposed past the nut & I can visually get a glance to see if the nuts have backed off/not without having to go at them with a tool
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Makes sense.
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keeping an eye on this. I would like them for the same reason you listed as I have the same wheels on my sami.
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Old 10-14-2013, 10:41 AM   #10
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Anyone knows the specs on the stock samurai wheel studs?

eg. Thread size, underhead diameter, knurl length & diameter?
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Anyone knows the specs on the stock samurai wheel studs?

eg. Thread size, underhead diameter, knurl length & diameter?
rocky you find any longer studs? I swear with the wheels we're using, less than half the lug nut engages!!

I am using the same lug nuts you talked about in an earlier post ^

I will try and get a pic up later but some longer wheel studs would be nice
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Old 12-28-2013, 01:59 AM   #12
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I run the procomps with 2.5" back space on stock lug studs with no issues. There's a few threads left past the nut. The procomps have a pretty good "lug locking" lip where the rim deflects in the center (where the lug holes are) to keep tension on the nuts, keeping them from backing off. But I guess for ease of mind I understand and you have me curious as well now as I could maybe use some for a rear disc conversion scenario as Tacklebox already mentioned.
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Old 07-15-2014, 09:21 AM   #13
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Sorry for the late reply...Haven't gotten around to ordering them as yet, but I decide I'll be going with the closest spec to samurai as possible and weld them into place....
Here is what I've found for anyone else interested - http://arp-bolts.com/kits/ARPkit-detail.php?RecordID=72

Extended studs aren't needed, but I'm just doing it for piece of mind....Plus it looks way cool, and they're cheap!....

Its the 2-piece swivel titanium wheel nuts that I want to order to go along with these studs that are the wallet killer

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To each his own but WTF do you need those for?
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To each his own but WTF do you need those for?
The studs, because the current studs doesn't come out of the stock nuts when fastened, and with longer studs its less likely you'll loose a wheel if the nuts back off because there is wayy more stud now than there was before. Also seen stock studs sheered off couple times here..

The ti nuts, because they are way stronger than the usual nuts and since I tend to upgrade the stock studs, I will do both one time...

As I said, its something I'd do personally with every and any performance vehicle I would build...
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http://www.dormanproducts.com/c-778-wheel-studs.aspx
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Extensive write up here:
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There you go...He and I think alike with the race motorsport knowledge in mind....He also used the same studs I plan on using and confirm they will work....

GREAT find SierraDan Thanks ALOT!

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Heck yeah!!!!
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There you go...He and I think alike with the race motorsport knowledge in mind....He also used the same studs I plan on using and confirm they will work....

GREAT find SierraDan Thanks ALOT!
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