This Classic Mini Wheel stud is about 1/2" longer than standard. It provides a bit of extra safety when switching to alloy wheels to allow for the thicker wheel flange compared to steel wheels. This is also the one to use if adding wheel spacers up to 1/2 inch thick.
Length of shaft, not counting head, approx. 1.95". Threaded portion approx. 1.05"
What is the diameter of the knurl on this wheel stud?
Diameter at the knurl is .406" or 13/32"
Mini Mania Tech Team
The Classic Mini Parts and Accessories Experts
I just ordered and installed these studs on my '89. After installing one stud I noticed the rotor cracked. (I was using the correct tooling and applied very little pressure.) The stud diameter is correct but it's designed for a countersunk hole where the originals have a flat face. No doubt the others would crack as well, especially after torquing the wheels on and driving. I believe these studs are actually for later model Rover vehicles with countersunk holes. Do you have the correct studs for the Mini?
We offer several wheel studs for different applications - make sure the one you select is the right length/type for your car - standard wheel studs for drum and most
disc brake cars with standard wheels is part number 21A2064
- larger disc brake cars like the rovor mini used a longer stud which is NAM5645
hope this helps