12-13-2012, 08:52 PM
Drives: '13 E92 M3
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: San Diego, CA
- Look good / aggressive
- Allow flexibility in spacer size without having to buy extended lugs
- Last longer than lugs when you make frequent wheel changes
- Harder to install wheels - I know everyone says that they make it easier! I find them harder to use because you have to line up the lug holes with the studs. Lining up the wheel holes with the studs while holding a heavy wheel in the air isn't "easy" IMO. On a car without studs, You can place the wheel on the hub and turn the wheel to line up the lug holes while it's balancing on the hub.
- More difficult to replace than standard lugs (studs are put on with lock-tight and difficult to remove).
'04 E46 M3 - Jet Black - Sold
'08 E90 M3 - Alpine White - Sold
'13 E92 M3 - Silverstone II - Sold
'13 E92 M3 - Alpine White - Ohlins TTX, Fall-Line Suspension Arms/Bushings, AP Racing BBK, OE GTS Aero, Cobra Seats, Akrapovic GT4, GMG 4-point, BBS E88