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Author Subject: Stud And Nut Conversion High Tensile Peugeot Sport (Group Buy)
k20axgt

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Post #1
I have sourced some high tensile 12.9 grade wheel studs AND nuts. Not just the high tensile studs and cheap nuts that are sold by some companies on ebay. M12 x 1.25mm

Do not confuse either with the low grade stud conversion sets that I wouldnt fit wheels to a shopping trolley with! If you do fast road driving, track days, circuit racing or rallying these are the ones for you. All studs and nuts are fully tested.

They come with radiused flange nuts with capitve washers so can be used with peugeot/citroen alloys. Also available are taper nuts for use with aftermarket alloys, compo, speedline etc.

There are two nut coatings available chrome coating and a dacromet finish. Both have good corrosion properties but the dacromet is a dull grey colour and chrome is shiney obviously. I have personally fitted the dacromet ones to my car for the sleeper look but know many of you will prefer the chrome oem look. As i have limited numbers it will be on a first come first served basis for coating choice.

Studs have a domed finish to aid nut starting and the threads on studs and nut are very good/clean.





(Apologies for poor picture quality)

Prices are as follows:-

Delivered to UK mainland & NI only. If your not covered by this then pm me for a quote for postage costs.

Taper nuts (set of 16) with following stud lengths:-

65mm =
Posted 11th Jul 2009 at 02:10
kezman7

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Post #2
Id be interested in the studs only, Price include all 16? Ill have to get back to you with size as not sure which ill need for using 20mm spacers with
Posted 5th Jul 2009 at 22:58
k20axgt

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Post #3
No problem, let me know.

Studs only (set of 16)
65mm =
Posted 7th Jul 2009 at 03:16
kezman7

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Post #4
The threads on the bolts im currently using are 45mm long, are the lengths of these studs including the end going into the hub?
Posted 7th Jul 2009 at 17:42
k20axgt

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Post #5
Yes I have listed total length.
Posted 7th Jul 2009 at 18:13
kezman7

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Post #6
Ill take a set of the 80mm ones please
Posted 10th Jul 2009 at 20:56
pugheaven

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Post #7
do you need to weld the studs in to the hub?
cheers
Posted 10th Jul 2009 at 23:44
k20axgt

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Post #8
No they screw in as the bolts do. Lock two nuts together to screw in the stud then voila. I recommend some loctite on the studs going into the hub although it isnt technically needed and definately to clean your hubs through with an m12x1.25 tap.
Posted 11th Jul 2009 at 00:31
007

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Post #9
I'm interested in a set, not sure what length i need to run 11mm spacers though? Also would i just be able to buy 8 instead of 16 as i only need them for the front? cheers.

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Posted 11th Jul 2009 at 00:59
k20axgt

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Post #10
bump! still got these available.
Posted 28th Jul 2009 at 01:41
kezman7

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Post #11
You have afew PM's
Posted 28th Jul 2009 at 02:10
k20axgt

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replied!
Posted 28th Jul 2009 at 02:16
kezman7

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Post #13
Received mine abit back but forgot to post, Not sure what to say about them but they seem pretty well to me
Posted 18th Aug 2009 at 04:05
007

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Pm'd! Big grin

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Posted 19th Aug 2009 at 03:03
lwgti-6

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Post #15
How much for 6 studs and nuts?

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Posted 28th Jul 2010 at 22:42
welshpug!

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Post #16
probably best to PM or get in tough on the 106 rallye register seeing as his last post was about a year ago LOL

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Posted 29th Jul 2010 at 00:22
clen666

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Post #17
Hi Mark, hoping you pick this up as can't contact you through PM anymore with you not being a paid up member, or if someone has a contact email for him that would be appreciated.

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