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Old 08-01-09, 09:21 AM   #1
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Does anyone know what the length is for the eom wheel stud? I need to see how much longer of a wheel stud I need to get for my spacer. Thanks...
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OEM Lexus IS wheel studs are 2 inches long.

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OEM Lexus IS wheel studs are 2 inches long.

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What size spacers are you going with?
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What size spacers are you going with?

I've running some iForge that has a bit of a conservative offset. I am just adding a 5MM spacer but with the spacers I can only get 2 1/2 turns on the lug. I know that Ichiba makes wheel studs for the Is350 but the longest they have is 50MM which is ~ 2". As Javier said, 2" is the stock length. Is there any other place that sells longer studs than 2"?
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Does anyone know if the IS300 wheels studs are the same knurl diameter (.558") as the IS350? I've found some 2.6" wheels studs for the IS300 which I hope would also work on the IS350.

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Correction: The OEM Lexus IS wheel studs are 1.75 inches long. I was mistakenly thinking of the extended studs I bought.

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The stud is 12mm x 1.25mm x 36.5mm.
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how hard is it to change out the oem studs to extended studs? thank you
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The stud is 12mm x 1.25mm x 36.5mm.
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how hard is it to change out the oem studs to extended studs? thank you
easy. unbolt caliper, rotor, and hub and hammer out the studs.

you could use a lug with a shank like the OEM lugs instead.

gorilla makes something like this below but a spline type shank

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easy. unbolt caliper, rotor, and hub and hammer out the studs...
If you like your hubs, don't use a hammer. It will dent the ***** in the wheel bearings. Use a C-clamp with a socket and press them out. OTC makes a wheel stud press that's basically a C-clamp style tool with a forked end so the stud will clear the clamp when it's pressed out. The part number is 09650-17011. OTC also sells a full kit.
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Just curious about the rear studs... Is there enough room behind to press out without removing the axle? I'd think so, but looking at this thread:

http://my.is/forums/f89/brake-pad-ro...tached-255699/

I'm worried. Anyone know? Thanks!

Whoops, wrong IS - I'm working with the IS300
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Correction: The OEM Lexus IS wheel studs are 1.75 inches long. I was mistakenly thinking of the extended studs I bought.

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The stud is 12mm x 1.25mm x 36.5mm.
Wait, we need to define WHAT is being measure. From the first spline to the last?

Because 36.5mm doesn't equal 1.75" as what javy's pic shows.

*Edit, I realize this is an old thread. But valuable info is in this thread.

*Edit 2... I see it is indeed measured from the first thread to the last thread.
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