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Chris,

Just two thoughts: What length do you currently have? If you have 100mm studs, to remove you have to pull the hubs. To pull the hubs, you'll need to replace the rear bearings.....this becomes a labor.

Do a search on how long of studs you can remove without pulling hubs, been too long since I did mine.

You could just keep the studs to allow options on future rim options street/track and such and just run open ended lugs. Tech guys love seeing open lugs wiht studs protruding and it does give a racey not ricey appearance in my eyes.

What exactly do you mean from "assorted"?
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