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AndyM

2001 Kawasaki prairie 400 Lug Studs

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Hi Guys,

 

I purchased a 2001 Kawasaki prairie 400 for my son, the machine runs great but had issues with bent rims. I bought a set online knowing that I would need 2" wheel spacers for the rear tires. My issue now is the hub (lug) studs are too short for the spacers that I have. Does anyone know where I can get longer studs that have the same pitch as stock? OEM studs are 10mm x 29.5mm with 1.25mm pitch, I'm most likely looking to get 10mm x 44mm studs.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

Andy

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I believe that the spacers you have aren't the best quality most good spacers have an offset and include studs. However I will suggest pulling one of your studs and taking it to a commercial based advance Auto store or to a Napa they should have the knowledge to look through the catalogs and get you close

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