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So as I've been lowering my car for the past few days(Toyota doesnt have replacement bolbs, ordering from out of state so Im waiting), I decided to put one of my advans on my hub(no tires) to see what it would look like as soon as I saved up for tires...well as soon as I put it on, I realized there is very little stud left for the lug to bolt on...

Is this sufficient or do I actually need to get longer studs?





It seems just borderline..Barely enough, close to being too short..what do you think?

:alert: OWNERS OF SUPER ADVAN RIMS, PLZ LET ME KNOW. :alert:

thanks guys,
-Aaron
 

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If you have lug nuts that will seat at the bottom of the recess in the wheel, they look like they'll have plenty of thread (at least that last picture does....).
 

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They say about 5 full revolutions on a lug nut should be safe. I would torque them down right to about 76ft lbs and drive it alittle...come back and re-torque. Keep an eye on them and check them every now and then.
 

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pentaxis said:
You should be okay with what you have there... BTW, your car is going to look absolutely sick with those wheels... =)
hehe thanks. Imagine Border front & sides, and Veilside rear =] now tell me how it will look =D

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anyone else have input on this? Im planning on getting those red tuner lugs, not the rays duranuts but just plaint close ended rear lugs...shud work righT?
 

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What kind of nuts did most of you guys who had these rims use??
 
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