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ARP Wheel Studs

Bolts - ARP Wheel Studs
Bolts - ARP Wheel Studs
Bolts - ARP Wheel Studs
Bolts - ARP Wheel Studs

ARP's heat-treated 8740 chrome moly wheel studs are a much-needed replacement for any car engaged in oval track or drag racing competition.

They have a tensile strength of 200,000 psi and are able to easily handle the tremendous acceleration shock loads(shear) and lateral forces (elongation) found in racing. Cadmium plated for extra durability.

They are about 1" longer than stock.

Sold in packs of 5. You will need 2 sets for replacing both sides.

Late model GM M12 X 1.50"
Bolts - ARP Wheel Studs
Bolts - ARP Wheel Studs
Bolts - ARP Wheel Studs
Bolts - ARP Wheel Studs
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Poly k.
United States United States
APR wheel studs.

Excellent products fits perfect I would buy it again thank you.

Fernando H.
United States United States

It was able to extend my studs so i can safely add spacers

ZZPerformance ARP Wheel Studs Review
Scott F.
United States United States

Excellent purchase much stronger then i imagined

Nicholas P.
United States United States
ARP wheel studs

Easy install, very good quality. Got them in a timely manner to get them in before track day.

Garrett P.
M12x1.5 arp extended lug studs

Bought 2 packs of these so I could run spacers on my 07 cobalt LT in the front because the tires rubbed when I lowered it 2" (not factory tires I think theyre 215/55r16) anyways they were a bit steep on price so I cheaped out on lug nuts ****** spiked aluminum ones (don't recommend) anyways they wouldn't torque to 100 and started stripping on the arp studs so I replaced them with the 12 point tuner nuts from AutoZone (had to cut the lug nut tool because studs peeked through) and low and behold the aluminum was down in the grooves of the studs when I put the new lug nut on and one managed to cross thread anyways cut that off with a dremel pounded that single stud back out and retapped the rest before putting them all on. replaced the AutoZone nuts about a week or two later with simple looking steel 6 point lug nuts with a 60° taper. rated 4 stars because the whole project ****** a** the studs were the easy part me being a cheapo and wanting to look different is what killed it but to wrap it up I will buy again because I need one and I don't think I can buy just a single stud