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      01-10-2019, 10:43 PM   #1
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75MM vs 90 MM studs on TE37sl

Does anyone have pictures of 75mm vs 90mm studs on te37sl 18x9.5 +22 18x10.5 +20?

I know it's kind of specific but I am trying to determine how it will look and how much they protrude from the rims.
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75mm Apex studs

rear 10.5 without spacers, about 3mm from the edge of the center bore.

IMG_20190111_012950 by idskyline, on Flickr

front 9.5 with 12mm spacer, the tip of the lug is about 6mm from the edge

IMG_20190111_013011 by idskyline, on Flickr
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Most 75mm studs accommodate up to 12mm spacers (if you use a more conventional style lug nut than the eternallx is using). There's no reason to go to 90mm unless you want to run large spacers.
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Would it be weird to have 75mm front and 90mm rears? I want them to kind of want the stud to look uniform. I see that the rear lug nut extends beyond the stud in the rear.
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Would it be weird to have 75mm front and 90mm rears? I want them to kind of want the stud to look uniform. I see that the rear lug nut extends beyond the stud in the rear.
I don't think that's weird at all. Nothing wrong with running different sizes front and rear IMO
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I've got Motorsport Hardware 90mm studs! Plenty of space! Love them!
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