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wobbly bolts #1287332
07/11/2011 19:34
07/11/2011 19:34
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Can anyone recommend any.

cheers.

Re: wobbly bolts [Re: hoban81] #1287379
07/11/2011 21:24
07/11/2011 21:24
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I can tell you what not to buy, Grayston. I haven't got an issue with the principle of wobble bolts, if the quality of the bolt is the same as the oiginal bolt. Grayston are turned from bar and not forged as fiat bolt. The strength is not comparable

Re: wobbly bolts [Re: hoban81] #1287443
08/11/2011 00:01
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Cheers Ecrab.

Re: wobbly bolts [Re: hoban81] #1287476
08/11/2011 05:05
08/11/2011 05:05

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Is there not a solution such as buying a hubcentric spacer that you bolt onto the hub with existing bolts (so it has holes for the 4x98) but it also has holes that you screw the wheel on or into (once the spacers are bolted to the hub) at 4x100?

Re: wobbly bolts [Re: hoban81] #1287681
08/11/2011 21:51
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Decided not to get the wheels now patch, so will be sorting my painting the standard wheel and lowering the car.

Cheers

Re: wobbly bolts [Re: hoban81] #1287686
08/11/2011 21:59
08/11/2011 21:59

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i have run wobblie bolts for 2.5/3 years now with now problems at all and a mate has snapped 3 fiat bolts in that time , i know what i'll be staying with laugh

Re: wobbly bolts [Re: ] #1287697
08/11/2011 22:31
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I'm now at over 100k miles with spacers and wobble bolts with no issues smile


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