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Extended Wheel Studs - Tuner News

Jun 3, 2010

Extended Wheel Studs
Drop Engineering MSRP: $70 for 16
Info: dropengineering.com

Fasten your race wheels without fear of broken studs thanks to Drop Engineering's new extended wheel stud kits. These sturdy studs are constructed from 4140 steel for performance and strength and are ideal for applications like the E36 M3. By running these strong studs, not only can you safely use low-offset wheels, but the open lugs will give your the OG tuner-look as well. So when in doubt, torque 'em down with extended lugs from Drop Engineering.

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