Extended stud length for 25mm slip on spacer

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    Will the 1 inch longer (3.435” total length) wheel studs be long enough for 25 or 27 mm slip on spacer ? I believe ARP P/N is 100-7733 ?
     
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    Yup, I use the 100-7733 with a 25mm slip on spacer for both my street and track wheel setups. Works great.
     
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    Thank you kind sir
     
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    Yup i have the same stud with stock PP wheel and 25mm slip on spacer for street use. Do you think i can still use the spacer with a 285/35 19x10 wheel at the front ?

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    You can - if you have significant front camber (its very aggressive) but a thinner spacer would make more sense.
     
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    I'm running the S350 19x11 up front with -3 camber. I would presume a 19x10 would tuck with -3 (or less depending on offset), although I don't see the need to run such a large spacer up front with the common 19x10 choices since it should clear just fine without it.
     
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    Thanks. I ordered the LMR SP2 19x10 ET35 wheels. I have a 20mm spacer as well, but i agree that it's too much spacer for a 285/35/19 wheel at the front. I'll probably end up cutting the studs since I'll be removing the spacers (which i don't want to do) .

    I'd have ideally preferred to run 2 different setups without the need for open ended lugnuts. But looks like that's not possible even with the 2" long Gorilla lugs that i have.
     
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    What's wrong with open ended lug nuts? You _can_ run 19x10 ET35 with 25mm spacers, I've done it, but would just prefer a smaller spacer and open ended lug nuts.
     
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    car is a dailydriver and not garaged, so little bit worried about the corrosion on studs.
     
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    I run the Wheel set up in my description (19x11s with 305's squared) during the summer and am currently on my stock wheels with open lugs with about a half a thread exposed and this car sees fully daily driver duty (rain or shine) and it's not bad at all after almost one year. Extended studs went on early last spring.

    Just as a data point.
     
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    Thanks, what open end lug nuts are you using ?
     
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    Put anti-seize on the thread (I do it anyway) - like Permatex silver or something similar. It's worth doing anyway - just make sure it is thread only and not elsewhere.
     
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