Forged Extended Wheel Studs by Blox Racing®. BLOX Racing extended wheel studs are manufactured from high-strength alloy steel. These extended wheel studs are designed and intended to be used with BLOX Racing open-ended lug nuts on racing slicks, or when wheel spacers are required. BLOX Racing single-piece wheel studs are available and are ideal for replacing a few studs.
|Thread pitch: 12x1.5mm|
|Total length: 78mm|
|Thread length: 51mm|
|Head height: 8.7mm|
|Head diameter: 9.6mm|
|Knurl diameter: 12.3mm|
|Knurl length: 6.5mm|
|Base diameter: 17.5mm|
|Base thickness: 4.6mm|
- High quality at an affordable price
- Expertly made from premium materials
- Built to match your exact requirements
Founded in 2003, BLOX Racing® is a relative newcomer to the import and sport compact aftermarket. However, in its short time it has quickly established a foothold in the marketplace and developed a reputation as a high quality aftermarket parts manufacturer. BLOX Racing spends countless hours designing, engineering and testing so each product is able to offer the enthusiast both form and function. The manufacturing processes used either meet or exceed OEM standards, while materials reflect the same quality used by major OEM auto manufacturers. BLOX Racing and its manufacturing partners meet or exceed ISO 9001 certification which further ensures BLOX Racing's overall commitment to the highest standards of production management and quality control. BLOX Racing is dedicated to the development of high quality performance products and accessories for today's import and sport compact enthusiast. Each product is designed and manufactured using the latest in cutting-edge technologies, processes and materials and then tested using rigorous standards. Each BLOX Racing product is designed to work with one another, giving enthusiasts the proper foundation and building blocks for developing the right performance combination. Today, you will find BLOX Racing performance products being tested in industry leading consumer publications, showcased in custom show and street cars, and relied upon in different forms of motorsports, such as drag racing, road racing, and drifting.