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G,day,  Was having a good squirt on THE Great Alpine Road & clunk clunk. Oh Dear I've done a diff ----  no,    broken wheel stud & 2 loose wheel nuts,  the heart was pumping a bit extra. Anyway got 15x7 performance rims--where is the best place to source new studs from without costing an arm & a leg. Also what length should they be & are other veh's  using the same studs. thanks Boys...Jim...

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I got my new nismo ones from ebay, $20 for a full set.

 

Seems unusual that they both would snap, any tyre monkeis been using a rattle gun on them lately? I do mine up with a torque wrench now as they only need 60ftlb.

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Google NICE Products, they have online catalogue, most auto accesory shops can get them in

They do a stud in both 38 and 44 mm long. Go the 44's

Thread is 12 x 1.25 mm

 

I use their 75 mm ones with slip on spacets for race cars.

They also do nuts.

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What Dat2kman said, we did all these on the 240 recently.

 

We used the longer studs and we'll just cut them down.

 

Nice Products part number  - NS4570 – Availability : http://www.niceproducts.com.au/stockists.php

 

Part Description.

 

M12x1.25

Knurl Dia. 12.9

Length. 73mm

Shoulder. 14mm

Nut No. NN421

 

Grabbed them from Supercheap for $9 a pop?

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Howdy boys,    Thanks for the replies, picked up 4 studs & nuts in Bright today for $17.60 .Nice products part no NS457. Hopefully no more rattle gun usage.  Jim

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