wheel studs /bolts
edshred2000 at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 30 22:34:43 EDT 2004
Hmm, I don't know if I'd trust a hardware store bolt
on my car as a wheel stud. Even if it was a high
Just my opinion.
--- Kneale Brownson <knotnook at traverse.com> wrote:
> Pretty pricey, I'd say. I found a similarly-long
> bolt at the hardware with
> the same thread (took in a wheel bolt, matched a
> nut, matched the long
> bolt). I cut off the head and sawed a screwdriver
> slot in it. I don't
> have the nifty knurling, but the bolt still works
> just dandy. I think that
> long a metric bolt of that heft cost me ~$3.
> At 04:54 PM 4/30/2004 -0400, auditude at cox.net wrote:
> >Must be this piece?
> >Also maybe what Taka has in his 200q20v registry
> >Now I know where it probably came from. I might
> get one of those.
> >no1of consequence iin10ded at hotmail.com
> >i bought a nice little tool from ultimategarage.com
> that is what tony
> >describes. its threaded on one end, about 8" long,
> with a knurled end for
> >gripping + threading but a smooth shaft.
> >i think it was 25$, not cheap but nicely made and
> makes working with bolts
> >much easier.
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