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Old 09-10-2009, 09:06 PM
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extended lug stud install

has anyone ever installed extended studs on their prelude? i can see how replacing studs with oem ones will work but with extended studs looks like there is tight clearance...maybe there's a write-up out there i'm missing?
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Re: extended lug stud install

I think you just install them like regular lugs man.
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Re: extended lug stud install

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I think you just install them like regular lugs man.
the rears do, the fronts do not.

on the front, you either have to remove the hub assembly or you have to grind the hub down so you can fit the head of the stud.
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Re: extended lug stud install

any write-ups on this?
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Re: extended lug stud install

i was thinking about the a few months ago. would look better on with the 5 lug conversion
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Re: extended lug stud install

What do you want these for? Do you have spacers or something?
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Re: extended lug stud install

i replaced mine like that...

i grinded the head of the sud on one side.

turned the rotor to the old one. popd it out w a hammer. after removing the break caliper of course

then the new ones slide right in
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Re: extended lug stud install

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What do you want these for? Do you have spacers or something?
well, most of my studs are damaged (don't forget to torque yo nutz!), and also i found some dope open end purple lug nuts to install. and hondatuning told me to!
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