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  • Use the Pioneer set that I have (see below)

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86 350 4x4 Wheel stud sizes....

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Can you change the stud size on them? I want to put factory wheels and tires from my Pioneer 700 on my 350. The holes/studs on the Pioneer are larger although the nuts do seat pretty good on the 350.

My 1st thought is maybe spacers have this option but I can't go any wider on the front and the rears would need 2" or so to be even.
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Farmer, I noticed that running Rubicon Aluminum wheels on my Foremans that the lugs don't poke out as far. The Rubicons use acorn style lug nuts with a covered end, while the Foreman uses open ended lug nuts. Screwing the open ended lugnuts onto the studs with the aluminum wheels leaves the end of the stud just flush with the lug nut, while with the steel wheels the stud poked out a bit.

Are the lugs on the Pioneer wheels actually recessed with the lug nuts tightened all the way down? They look about like mine do with the Rubicon wheels on them. I've been running them like that for 7-8 years with no problems at all. Get you some acorn lug nuts like the Rincons and Rubicons have and run it.
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