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Here's the ARP studs on the Fiesta:





They are late model Camaro wheel studs. ARP 100-7708 is the part number. I'm at work and can't go on shopping websites.
 

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Anybody know any good, cheap wheel spacer options for the 2012 fiesta? Can't find any hubcentric ones. And I'm sure I need that lol.
If you're looking for a reputable brand wheel spacer, BONOSS is the way to go. They're very well built and will hold up well. I bought a set used 3 years ago and they're still perfect.
 

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This is what I run, 2019 Fiesta HH SE na 1.6 same for front & back with 195/50R16 84H @ 35psi OEM...
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"For looks only" ...
clean all mating surfaces, install and torque to spec, install your wheels using your lugs. Re-torque spacers and tires @ 10 miles & again @ 50 miles. check every 500 m until you are confident.
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(2) 1 (25mm) Hubcentric Wheel Spacers | 4x108 4x4.25 63.4mm Hub | 12x1.5 Studs
(2) 1" (25mm) Hubcentric Wheel Spacers | 4x108 4x4.25 63.4mm Hub | 12x1.5 Studs

(201921798300)
Quantity : 2

ITEM PRICE:US $77.90
 

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Are the 25mm spacers just on the fence of needing longer studs/vs not? I got a set of 20mm for the rear w/o studs. think I'll be pushing it? Need to wait to get them in and see if I can get at least 7 turns, then I'll be good.
 
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