Wheel Stud Conversions

Todd Young auditodd at comcast.net
Sun Oct 3 14:10:08 EDT 2004

I solved the problem by glueing a metal rod in the middle of the plastic 
one that came with my Audi. I can easily hang a wheel/tire combo on it 
without worrying about breaking it off.

Bluemaxww1 at aol.com wrote:
> Hi,
> I saved the trouble by buying stainless steel wheel hangers.
> _http://forums.fourtitude.com/zerothread?id=1590134_ 
> (http://forums.fourtitude.com/zerothread?id=1590134) 
> I use them to hang the rotor when I change them out.  I use them to  put on 
> the wheels, of course.  Makes the whole job easier.
> I thought about wheel studs, but for me I figured it was more trouble and  
> cost.  Both sets of wheels I use are ball type. But for one set I need  to use 
> spacers.  Not much but just enough.  One set of wheels  also has exposed lugs.  
> With the hanger I can still use the longer  lugs for the wheels that don't 
> need the spacers.  If I had studs, I  would not have the option of using acorn 
> nuts.  Then the  wheel without a lug cover would have exposed studs.  Cool if 
> you are a  racer, not if you run a street car.
> Just my 2 cents.
> Greg 

Todd Young
7079 Dawn Ave. E.
Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076

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