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    Can any of you fellas point me in the direction of the correct size rim studs for these lmtv wheels? Iam in need of a couple of the longer studs

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    This is not home depot stuff and I find none on the eBay.

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    AASB Fastener Length 2.440 inches nominal
    AASK Head Style Dee chamfer
    AASL Head Diameter 1.060 inches nominal
    AASU Head Height 0.220 inches nominal
    AASY Distance from Centerline to Flat 0.3437 inches minimum and 0.3462 inches maximum
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    AHYM Nominal Thread Diameter 0.625 inches
    CMLP Thread Quantity per Inch 18
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    Hemtt wheel halves bolts are 3/4" the LMTV wheels use 5/8" studs. Good luck finding longer ones.

    Easiest to buy another wheel and salvage those
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    Quote Originally Posted by simp5782 View Post
    Hemtt wheel halves bolts are 3/4" the LMTV wheels use 5/8" studs. Good luck finding longer ones.

    Easiest to buy another wheel and salvage those

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    Ericks military has them.

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    Ericks is out of stock already looked there first would the 5/8 studs off a combat rim not work

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    Hard for me to believe you cant get these studs somewhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norinco666 View Post
    Hard for me to believe you cant get these studs somewhere
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