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Anyone had any luck/reason to source new wheel studs for their van? I am trying to fit 16" BBS wheels to my 2006 - learning there are a whole lot of measurements in non-stock wheel sizes. These BBS wheels are originally from a 3-series BMW and they *almost* fit, except the wheel studs are just a bit too short.

I've searched all over the internet and the local racing shops, no luck yet. Honda dealership was also not helpful - they can supply the standard studs, but not longer studs.

Specs are 16.5mm knurl diameter, 51mm long and 14M thread pattern - I need at least 60mm in length and similar thread (will replace lug nuts if necessary).

Any experience in this? Any idea where I can get the studs that fit? They seem to be quite unique (along with the bolt pattern).

On the upside, no problem removing the studs - just needed to remove the caliper and brake disk; they just slide out the back.

Thanks, Steve.
 

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Yes, I have searched everywhere (including the internet) and contacted a number of online hop up/race shops and manufacturers.

I am hoping someone has direct experience with this - I believe I have exhausted all of my options.

Steve.
 

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Eight years later...I am have spent countless hours searching for longer wheel studs for my 2005 honday odyssey touring.
I replaced the pax wheels tires with 20x8 2017 Acura MDX wheels and was forced to use an 8mm spacer since the wheels and tires where hitting the suspension. I am now looking for the longer studs in order to get back the 8mm that i lost with the spacer in order for the lug nut to have the correct number of turns on the thread.

Anyone knows where we can get the extended studs??
 

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Anyone knows where we can get the extended studs??
I would just go with a different wheel setup instead of installing spacers and extended studs. You probably are familiar with all of the wheel spacer failures on the internet. I wouldn't risk it on a big vehicle like the odyssey. Get direct bolt-on OEM wheels, there are a lot of options out there.
 
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