Originally Posted by VmaxFan94
if you mean by the drive axle i think its stock.
yep, well, the cogs on the axle in particular. If you look up under there, there is VERY little clearance between the tip of your current lugs and the front heat exchanger. Studs are obviously going to be hanging further out, and will contact your heat exchanger occasionally. (i've got a .875 track that has studs that are maybe 1" out, and my front heat exchanger and tunnel shows plenty of marks from contact. I'd be worried about anything longer than that, its only a matter of time before one goes through the cooler.)
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