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Old 10-30-2007, 02:33 PM
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Question Lug Bolt Sizes

Just need some clarification on Lug Bolt sizes. I went to put on my 22" ACS Type II rear wheels only to find that with the 20mm spacer proved the stock bolts were too short. I am going to have to order the lug bolts online so I need to get the numbers right. So after a few searches I came up with this:
Stock bolt size: 19mm head, 14 x 1.5mm and 33mm long. Please confirm.
I found a bolt with a 17mm head, 14 x 1.5mm and 50mm long and 60mm long at http://www.prestigewheel.com/mainBolts.htm. A 20mm spacer was added so adding that to the stock bolts length (33mm) is 53mm total so a bolt that is 50mm long should be just fine, right? Thanks

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Old 10-30-2007, 07:52 PM
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Old 10-31-2007, 09:51 AM
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We had the OE bolt at 30mm useable length, for what it worth.
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