I want to put on 10mm spacers. Where can I find longer wheel lug part numbers? What is stock length?
I'm assuming you mean studs when you said lugs because looking for longer lugs in order to put on spacers doesn't make any sense.I want to put on 10mm spacers. Where can I find longer wheel lug part numbers? What is stock length?
I don't see any mention of the actual length - I've checked several websites and they all list them the same way.16 mm is the knurl diameter, not the length
I don't see any mention of the actual length - I've checked several websites and they all list them the same way.
My conclusion is that knurl diameter is the industry standard for how they are measured.
If you have any useful information to add - please do so jbmoose.
Very good info JB, thanks for sharing.2006-2010 Commander wheel studs are .667 knurl diameter, .781 knurl length, 1.906 under-head length, 1/2 x 20 thread. And to the OP of the thread, good luck finding anything. You wont. I've been dealing with this for the last week and a half. I've spoken to ARP, various 4wd shops, Moser Engineering, Moroso, and have emails to a few other sites. You can call ARP manufacturing at 805-525-1497, and ask for special orders and give that a try, but i doubt they will make just 20, and if they do, it prob be pricey. Im trying to clear calipers for JK Moab wheels, and i wanted a wheel centric/hub centric spacer (with its own hub lip to fit in the wheel) just to clear the brakes. The factory hub sticks out 5/16", so the thinnest anyone would make wheel centric/hub centric spacer is 7/16". So i was looking for a oe size stud, just 1/2" longer. No dice. Spoke to Jason at Moser Engineering, and his idea wasnt bad either. You could go with their 8620 wheel stud, but the knurl diameter is .685, and thats gonna be tough to press into the hub unless you use a 43/64" drill bit to chase the holes in the hub. They're also a 3" length. I asked about cutting them down to 2.4", and my concern with heat on them from a cutoff wheel, and he said you aint gonna hurt them. I've decided to grind the calipers, and go from there. Hope this helps. JB