Most factory cars come with the form either wheel studs (such as Japanese-made cars) or wheel bolts (such as European-made cars). So, what’s the exact difference between wheel studs and wheel bolts?
Wheel studs with lug nuts are mostly used on Japanese-made cars (such as Honda, Toyota). The studs are mounted in the hub and protrude beyond the brake rotor hat.
The stud conversion can be exposed if the length is long enough, different lengths can be selected.
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