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Wheel Studs

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09 Jan 2019 11:40 #200234 by barkclark
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Hi all. Looking for help. Looking to locate a new wheel stud for my jimny. Struggling to find them online. Local dealer claims not to be able to find them on the system! I found an old thread on here suggesting to stick with genuine studs due to tensile strength. Any ideas? Cheers

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09 Jan 2019 11:48 #200235 by j999pre
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I've secong hand ones available

Gold Jimny the best colour (sold) :(

Big red Jimny now. 32" tyres, arbs, cage 5:1 transfer etc.

Also grey pick up nearly finished.
Turbo m13a, arbs, floating rear shafts, disc conversion rear, vented front conversion. 245 70 16. Winch, 3" lift, 4:16 trans hd shafts and CVS
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09 Jan 2019 12:35 #200239 by yakuza
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Local Suzuki dealer?
These was not expensive new I seem to remember.
Martin Lines bigjimny shop here should be able to source them for you if you do not find them locally.


I second that J999pre said that you should use the correct strength and also of the correct length.

2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 235 BFG MT, 2" Trailmaster, 17%/87% high/low gears.
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09 Jan 2019 13:08 #200241 by barkclark
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yakuza wrote: Local Suzuki dealer?
These was not expensive new I seem to remember.
Martin Lines bigjimny shop here should be able to source them for you if you do not find them locally.


I second that J999pre said that you should use the correct strength and also of the correct length.



Called my local dealer but they were useless. Looked on the bigjimny site but they are marked out of stock.

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09 Jan 2019 18:28 #200255 by kirkynut
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barkclark wrote:

yakuza wrote: Local Suzuki dealer?
These was not expensive new I seem to remember.
Martin Lines bigjimny shop here should be able to source them for you if you do not find them locally.


I second that J999pre said that you should use the correct strength and also of the correct length.



Called my local dealer but they were useless. Looked on the bigjimny site but they are marked out of stock.

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Still contact Martin - Mlines, and ask if he can get you some.

Kirkynut

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My Jimny Thread Here: www.bigjimny.com/index.php/forum?view=topic&catid=8&
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