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    New wheels 10mm/12mm

    Bought some new wheels and noticed they have larger lug holes then the OEM wheels, I know the OG mavericks have 10mm studs and the X3 has 12mm studs and the wheels I bought have the same part number for my 2016 as a X3. Is this what you all have found with your aftermarket wheels?

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    The larger hole should be fine if you are using lug nuts with a taper. Tim
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    That's what the guy at douglas said but I got the impression he didn't really understand.
    i looked up wheels from method, douglas, and tusk and all had the same part number for go maverick and x3 so I'm assuming most people never even check the hole size, I know I didn't on my spare that has never been used.

    what I'm really seeing in all this is that the universe is forcing me to buy a new 195hp xrs lol
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    do it 195 hp stock just do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk View Post
    That's what the guy at douglas said but I got the impression he didn't really understand.
    i looked up wheels from method, douglas, and tusk and all had the same part number for go maverick and x3 so I'm assuming most people never even check the hole size, I know I didn't on my spare that has never been used.

    what I'm really seeing in all this is that the universe is forcing me to buy a new 195hp xrs lol
    The force is strong with this one.


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