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Titanium lug stud conversion (warning: semi-commercial post)

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Do you know what is Stud Conversion?

For one thing, it is easier to replace the wheel. German car owners, especially those who have disassembled and assembled wheels by themselves, will have a deep understanding: when installing wheels, there will be an embarrassing situation that it is difficult to align the holes, especially in rainy weather, high speed side and other harsh environments. It is maddening to say. German cars generally use bolts to fasten the hub, while Japanese cars extend the studs on the wheel spacer and fasten the hub with nuts.


Advantages of titanium:
High Strength: High strength titanium exceeds the strength of many structural steels. Therefore, the specific strength (strength/density) of titanium is much greater than other metal structural materials, and parts with high unit strength, good rigidity and light weight can be produced.
High Thermal Strength: the specific strength decreases significantly at 150℃. The working temperature of titanium can reach 500℃.
Excellent Low-temperature Performance: at low and ultra-low temperature, it can still maintain its mechanical properties.
Excellent Corrosion Resistance: Working in humid atmosphere and sea water, its corrosion resistance is much better than stainless steel.




Now, do you know how to install titanium lug stud conversion?
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