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Old 06-10-2013, 11:18 PM
Brian Carlton Brian Carlton is offline
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I dealt with this issue three years ago when fitting the 15 hole wheels onto the '84SD.

The only good look is the chrome one piece design which you procured...........relatively cheap.

Unfortunately, you get what you pay for and their durability is about three years before the chrome deteriorates and won't restore with polish.

I suppose it's not a deal breaker to replace them every five years or so.

Also, if the bolts are torqued to the 80 lb.-ft. specification, I do not see any possibility of them seizing..........whether anti-seize is used or not. FWIW, I've never used it and never had any issue. It's not a very high torque for the size of the fastener.
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