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Old 10-27-16, 03:48 PM
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Question Rebuilding Mazdaspeed MS01 Wheels

Hey guys,

Ill be taking apart my MS01's to refinish them and clean them up. While I am in the process of taking them apart I plan on replacing the hardware.

Does anyone know what the specs are for the hardware bolts? IE M7 or M8, 24mm or 32mm etc.

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Old 11-05-16, 10:38 PM
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they are m6 bolts. i dont know the length. i disassembled mine a while ago and am debating on stepping up to m7 hardware. finding brand new m6 wheels bolts is next to impossible and stepping up to m7 gives you a world of options.
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Do you have to do anything special in order to step up to the m7 bolts? or will they slot right in?
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It's It's a larger diameter bolt so the hole will need to be opened up slightly. You jam an m7 bolt in there but I wouldn't advise doing that.
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