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    can anyone give me advice on wobble bolts?? iam lookin at a new set of wheels but to get them to fit i need wobble bolts.


    any advice would be welcome good or bad.......

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    I've just ordered some. As far as i can tell from what i've been reading there sound.

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    bump

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    wobble bolts are ok as long as wheel pcd id +/-2mm (5x108-112), but you may need to check spigot diameter too, these can be bored out or spacers made to suit

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    can anyone shead any more light on this subject.....

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    I used the wobble bolts with my snowys and nearly lost one of them (wheel) as they kept coming loose. Changed them to standard ones asap.

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    a freind used some with vaux rims on a bravo and they were fine for him

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    Quote Originally Posted by swainey View Post
    can anyone shead any more light on this subject.....
    what is it you need to know?

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    i never heard of wobble bolts before just trying to find out about them

    if i buy these wheels i dont want them to come off

    and if members have used them befor i like to hear there views on them

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    Quote Originally Posted by swainey View Post
    i never heard of wobble bolts before just trying to find out about them

    if i buy these wheels i dont want them to come off

    and if members have used them befor i like to hear there views on them
    I've been using wobble bolts for the last few months and had no probs, Basically they are identical to a normal wheel bolt but the tapered washer will move up to 2mm so if say you wish to use 108 or 112 pcd wheels (instead of vx 110)the tapered washer will line up correctly with the tapered recesses on your wheels thus holding the wheel correctly. Not using wobblebolts will result in misalignment and damage to the wheel. there are locking wobble bolts available too though if you are using spacers (if the new wheels et is way off) you will have to use locking wobble nuts and a stud

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