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Whats the wheel bolts called that holds the wheel in place so its easier to put your wheels on?
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Re: bolt

sorry im not sure what you mean?
are you referring to a stud conversion using wheel nuts rather than bolts?
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I saw it a while ago, it was something to rest your wheels on so its easier to put your wheels on.
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Re: bolt

Yeah its like 2 points, opposite ends of the hub? They are part of the hub. Dunno there real name. Guide bolts?

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locating pins, they go through the brake disc and hold that onto the hub but also stick out so u can rest the wheel on them when trying to mount it.
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Re: bolt

Stud conversion? Thats a good option but not sure if thats what your on about....either that, or the above.

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Re: bolt

Someone (I think it may have been Dave) posted about a tool in the Punto spare wheel that helped guide the wheel on, is this what you meant?
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Have a read of this, Dave's reply about his 'little tool'

https://www.fiatforum.com/cinq-sei-t...-pcd-hubs.html
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