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Do these work with the factory studs or are longer ones required?
I never ran them, but the guy who did said he used oem nuts without a problem. Only reason I bought them was to see if I needed 12 or 15mm for what I needed. No one offered free returns on $100 spacers so I bought these, figured I could get some of my money back instead of potentially losing $100.
 

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it does serve a purpose, it will engage more threads...that's the whole purpose of ET nuts. The extended threaded portion of the nut will go deeper into the wheel/spacer and engage additional threads that a traditional nut wouldn't reach otherwise....very common when running spacers
 

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In this case, they are hubcentric spacers....56.6mm or so. If the stud holes are too small for an ET style nut, then you can simply drill them out to accept the diameter size of the nut, assuming they fit inside the wheel as well. I appreciate the input though.
 

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I don't know too much about wheel spacers but I do love the look they give. If I were to purchase these, do they cause any damage to my vehicle? Anything I should be worried about?
They dont cause any damage. I've ran 5/8" spacers in my truck and in all the years I had it, never caused an issue. Just make sure the spacer is seated all the way and your lug nuts are tightened to spec. A recheck about 50 or so miles later wouldnt hurt and you're golden.
 
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