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Old 01-23-2018, 03:39 AM   #11
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Re: Fastfreddys 454ss

Found a better alternative then drilling and tapping the lug nuts to fit the hub studs. I desided to call AZ pro performance. The place I ordered the disc kit from and told that my studs where a 14x2 mm and the kit said they should be a 14x1.5 mm. Within 20 minutes they gave me a call back and where air shipping the correct studs to me. These guy are really stand up guys. You rarely see customer service like this. So today I used an air chisel with a pointed tip and got them off in 5 minutes.
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