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Old 02-26-2008, 07:12 PM
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Going to install new wheel lugs on some new rear axles and would like to get some that are a little - 1/4" - longer than stock. Where would I find such things in something that is good quality? Aluminum wheel flanges are thicker than the stock steelies.
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Old 02-26-2008, 07:40 PM
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I got mine at NAPA. One of the guys on here posted up the exact part number, thing is they were for a 40 and not a 62 so that part doesn't help you much.
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Old 02-26-2008, 10:10 PM
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Thanks Ricardo! Found it with a little search action - what a concept!
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Yep, NAPA's where I get them too.
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Old 02-28-2008, 06:01 PM
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Unfortunately, the part # given in the broken stud thread is for a longer 40 series lug which just happens to be the same as stock length on the FJ62. Fortunately, its NAPA price has gone up only(!) $.30 in the last year and is half the price of the RS discounted OEM lug. If anyone knows of a 50mm long lug of the same specifics as stock, please hollah!
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Quick look through the Dorman catalog. Wheel studs are section 10, pages we're interested in are around 166 and 167.

https://www.dormanproducts.com/catal...6_hardware.htm

#610-265 (stock length)
Thread: M12-1.5
Knurl Dia: 14.32mm
Length: 44.5mm
Shoulder Length: 10mm

Nearest I can fine. Length is good and shoulder length is good, but knurl diameter is a little bigger. Thinking it's nothing a file or slightly bigger hammer wouldn't solve. We're talking about 1% bigger knurl diameter.

#610-445
Thread: M12-1.5
Knurl Dia: 14.48mm
Length: 49.2mm
Shoulder Length: 7mm

#610-387
Thread: M12-1.5
Knurl Dia: 14.55mm
Length: 49mm
Shoulder Length: 11.5mm
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