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Old 08-08-2020, 01:28 PM   #1
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Smile 2010 Suzuki Swift+ Wheel Stud Correct Parts

I hope this information helps; I had a guy snap the wheel stud on my daughter's car. He could not find the correct part, and the part dealers keep bringing us a M12-1.25 thread stud, and the one that is on the car is a M12-1.5 thread.

So after some research and digging on, I figured out the correct stud; the part number from them is. So when I ordered the part, I said it was off a 2014 Honda CRV, and bingo it was correct! The Lug was off a Pontiac Sunfire, it was not a perfect match but did the trick.

If you are struggling with the correct part numbers for this car, you are not alone. I hope this helps someone down the road. I scoured the internet to find others with the same issues and found nothing.

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