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 How to Install Type 1 Wheel Studs?

Answer Type 1 wheel studs typically come packaged with Ichiba Type 1 wheel spacers, a vehicle add-on that helps widen the track width of a vehicle, give larger tires more space to fit properly or to simpl... Read More »
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How to Install Wheel Studs?

There are several reasons why you might need to install longer wheel studs, which are the component that the wheels are fastened to. If you are planning on running wheel spacers on your car to make... Read More »
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How to Install Wheel Studs on a VW Bug?

A broken wheel stud on your Volkswagen Beetle, or "Bug," might not seem like a huge problem but failing to fix it will put added strain on other wheel studs and the brake system. Replacement of a w... Read More »
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How to Install ARP Wheel Studs?

Aftermarket ARP wheel studs are longer than the factory studs to accommodate high-performance racing wheels. They are made from heat-treated chrome-moly steel and possess a tensile strength of 190,... Read More »
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How to Install Extended Wheel Studs?

Wheel studs connect a wheel to the wheel hub of an automobile. They are secured with lug nuts. Over time the studs may deteriorate or not fit aftermarket accessories, necessitating a wheel stud cha... Read More »
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