Great Nuts

Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Wheel and Tire Upgrades' started by D1JL, Apr 16, 2014.

  1. razorlab

    razorlab Active Member

    Just an FYI, you can pick up Chromoly Muteki lug nuts for $45-$65 for 20. I've been using them for over a decade on all my cars, most used at the track with frequent wheel changes with zero issues. They come in a bunch of different style and colors as well.
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  3. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    I would think that if you have been using them for decades, maybe it is time to buy new ones.

    BTW, I kind of like promoting products sold by sponsors of this forum.

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  4. razorlab

    razorlab Active Member

    Why are you always so snarky with me on your replies? We are on the same team, I think.

    Of course I'm not using the *same set* on different cars and over a decade of use. Come on now.

    I 100% also advocate using sponsors of forums for purchasing parts. Notice I did not state a specific vendor or use a specific link, nor is this thread a specific vendor thread.
  5. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    It's not you.
    I'm that way with everyone.
    Hell, I never even look as to who made the post, just what/how it is said.
    Sometimes it strikes me as funny.
    It is just my sarcastic nature.
    I'm too old and fat to be serious anymore.
    Soon I won't be here, so it is my way of leaving my mark.
    Some day you may say, "Oh, Dave, I remember that A..hole".

    I am sorry I meant no offence.

    Now you have to admit that line was funny if you hadn't said it.
    I was going to add that a bunch of different style and colors would look funny on the same car.

    I do have some restraint.

    Last edited: Jul 6, 2014
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  6. hyatt

    hyatt Active Member

    Has anyone had luck finding decent bullet-nosed studs? I know ARP makes a ton of them but I have no idea what size we'd need for the FiST.
  7. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    The FiST OE stud is 12 mm x 1.5 thread x 1.75" long, with a .505" knurl.
    The FiST hubs have a .500 hole.

    ARP has two stud sizes available, 2.75" and 3.25" long both have a .509" knurl.
    This would mean we need to increase the holes in our hubs by only .004" this would be very easy.

    ARP #100-7708 (2.75")
    ARP #100-7713 (3.25")

    Unfortunately they are NOT bullet-nosed type

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