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      08-11-2018, 09:55 PM   #23
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i have E90 335 year 2008 with APEX ARC-8 rims.18'' staggered.im running fronts 15mm fronts and 12mm spacers.should i get 75mm for rear and 90mm for fronts to look even?
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i have E90 335 year 2008 with APEX ARC-8 rims.18'' staggered.im running fronts 15mm fronts and 12mm spacers.should i get 75mm for rear and 90mm for fronts to look even?
Thanks for the post! While you could run different sized studs, they'd look more visually similar if you ran the 90mm studs all around. That way there will only be a 2mm difference in visible threads, vs a 13mm visible stud difference when running two different sizes.
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I bought mine on the 20% off sale. Easy install in about an hour.
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I bought mine on the 20% off sale. Easy install in about an hour.
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Thanks for the kind words!
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Questions about the benefits of using studs vs. regular bolts? Give us a call or PM and we'll get you the info you need.

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      12-11-2019, 12:44 PM   #28
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Questions about the benefits of using studs vs. regular bolts? Give us a call or PM and we'll get you the info you need.

Why not just post them here instead of wasting time with emails/calls/PMs...?

PS Your product links in the first post don't work.
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Why not just post them here instead of wasting time with emails/calls/PMs...?

PS Your product links in the first post don't work.
Thanks for the heads up about the links not functioning! We've gone through and updated them. They should be working now.

We do often reply to questions in the threads themselves and that is another great option as far as contacting us. We have found that many customers have multiple questions when they contact us about items, even relatively simple products such as spacers. When talking to us they might also bring up other questions about wheels or chassis specific fitment. While this is totally fine and encouraged by us, it does clutter up and distract from the main point of these specific threads hence our preference for PMs and calls.

Please let us know if you have additional questions!

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Quick, easy installation and everyday benefits make these studs a must.

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excuse me, how much for one set? (5 studs)
75mm and 90mm respectively
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excuse me, how much for one set? (5 studs)
75mm and 90mm respectively
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