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Old 06-12-2013, 07:19 PM   #21
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I hope this is true, I'll be sold.
Stop sending your RAIN my way and I will get pix...

Mounting was easy...took my wheels off, cleaned up the rotor/ mounting surface with a wire wheel,mounted the Boras ( small amount of lock-tite on threads )...torqued the new "Shorter nuts" down, re-mounted wheels onto Bora studs... with my oem lug nuts...DONE
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Pm'd you to add me to the list.

4 x 1.25"

What happens if there are not 25 people by the 17th? (It appears that may be the case.)
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I have the .75" Boras and DID NOT need to cut my factory wheel studs...
If this rain EVER stops I will try to get wheel -off pix...
For those concerned, the 3/4 spacers "may" need the stock studs shortened. With the 3/4 spacers, the stud does stick out just a bit from the spacer face. Whether this is an issue or not depends on your wheel and if there are spaces between the lug holes on the wheels. Stock TRD alloys and the new TSS wheels (grey ones) do have these spaces so are not a problem.
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Hi guys this is Jeff.
Im going to contact the vendor to extend this Group Buy so we can reach the 25 needed.

Again thanks.
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Hi guys this is Jeff.
Im going to contact the vendor to extend this Group Buy so we can reach the 25 needed.

Again thanks.
Thank you, much appreciated.
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Old 06-13-2013, 02:18 PM   #27
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im sold if these work with manual locking front hubs, and if I dont have to shorten my stock studs with the .75.
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For those concerned, the 3/4 spacers "may" need the stock studs shortened. With the 3/4 spacers, the stud does stick out just a bit from the spacer face. Whether this is an issue or not depends on your wheel and if there are spaces between the lug holes on the wheels. Stock TRD alloys and the new TSS wheels (grey ones) do have these spaces so are not a problem.

Good point....I upgraded to '09 Toyota wheels...and sorry BUT NH is due for another 24 hours of rain...NO pix till sunshine....
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Good point....I upgraded to '09 Toyota wheels...and sorry BUT NH is due for another 24 hours of rain...NO pix till sunshine....
I could go for 24hours of rain right now... the whole damn state is on fire again

I'm in... PM'ing now
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My studs are factory, with no cutting, I think you have to trim the studs if you get the .75" spacers, but 1" and above you don't have to cut or swap out studs. That was the draw for me.

I went BORA because I wanted 1" and not 1.25" spacers, also the price is better, I feel the quality is equal (I have never had Spidertraxs to compare), and I like the black color. I would buy them again and recommend them to anyone here.
This just made me like them as well.......thanks for that info.

I plan on running 285s on stock rims possibly and 1" is what I think I will need.

or maybe .75" I guess............I would using Trd alloys so they would have the recesses in them.

Interesting
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Even if I don't get in on the group buy when I next spring I am going to get new tires (bigger) and will need these! Thanks for pointing them out. They look like they will do the trick!
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Hey guys,
Ok I sent the vendor an email asking for more time on Friday evening. So I'm waiting for a response.

I ask to push the date to a later time, asking for 4 more weeks. Trust me I will pitch the sale hard.
So for now we got to keep going and cross our fingers.

Thanks


I just updated the final date, but this is undetermined so lets keep it on.

Also sorry for the late replies, I'm doing all this from my phone and I'm trying to stay busy with work.
Again thank you.
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Old 06-16-2013, 04:19 PM   #40
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Here are the pix..Rain let up for a minute .

OEM lugs do stick out; barely BUT my Toyota wheels have the offset spaces to make it work...

I hope this helps..

Good luck with the GB... Again great product....I own them...All that needs to be said ...
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