ARP 100-7708 Late Model GM M12x1.5 Inch Wheel Stud Kit, Pack/5
Universal Fit, 0.509" Knurl Diameter, 0.315" Knurl Length, 2.185" Thread Length
ARP 100-7708 Late Model GM M12x1.5 Inch Wheel Stud Kit
- Knurl diameter - .509"
- UHL - 2.5"
- Knurl length - .315"
- Nose length - 0"
- Diameter X Pitch - M12 x 1.5
- Cast iron/steel hub drill bit size - 1/2"
- Wheel Stud hole size - .493-.499"
- Aluminum hub drill bit size - 12.5mm (0.492")
- Pack of 5 studs
The nearest standard drill bit is too small. You will need to use an appropriately sized reamer to enlarge the drilled hole until it is within the tolerance for the material.
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