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ARP Extended Wheel Studs
2015+ WRX / 2015+ STI / 2013+ FR-S / BRZ / 86
ARP Extended Wheel Studs
Factory wheel studs on your vehicle stripped or need some clearance due to your new wheels? Grab these and never worry about stripped studs again!
M12x1.25 thread pitch just like factory!
One package will do one wheel, so grab 4 to do the entire car.
From the Manufacturer
The World Leader in Fastener Technology has just released a new 3.000” UHL wheel stud kit for Subaru WRX/BRZ & Scion FRS applications. ARP wheel studs are manufactured from premium grade heat treated 8740 chrome moly steel, nominally rated at 200,000 psi tensile strength and cadmium plated for extra durability. These studs are able to easily handle the tremendous acceleration shock loads and lateral forces found in racing applications.
Subispeed's Wheel Stud Replacement Install Video
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ARP Extended Wheel Studs / 100-7716 Fits
3 customer reviews
First off for the review about them stripping constantly. Your doing something wrong or maybe it’s the lug nuts. I have these on my time attack car and I’m usually taking the wheels off 20 times a week during a race weekend or testing. They have so far lasted me 4 years. I have the ARP mains, head studs, flywheel bolts. I even replaced every bolt on my built engine with ARPs. That got expensive and pointless but I like to make a statement. IVE NEVER HAD A SINGLE PROBLEM WITH ARP products.
Got these to replace the constantly breaking OEM ones. these function great, but when they say extended, they mean EXTENDED! I'm running 17x9 Rpf1's with Muteki open lugs, and you can see the stud poking out of the open end.
They strip too easily
The studs fit good. They look good. They are a good price. But they just strip too easy. I've had to order a pack of spares 5 times in 2 years and I hardly ever take my wheels off. Remove and install your wheels about 3 times and the studs start to strip. I hate it. Because then I have to take the hub off and replace them. And I don't have any kind of press at the house to take them out and put the new ones in. I'm actually on here right now because I'm ordering another pack of spares. Two in the front got stripped. Again...