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Trying to find OZ or BBS bolt tools? Step this way...

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Trying to find OZ or BBS bolt tools? Step this way...

Postby phataz1 » 07 Sep 2008 19:17

Found this shop on German eBay selling OZ and BBS split rim bolts, tools, and other tings, much cheaper than what Ive heard these can cost. They accept Paypal, and ship worldwide :D

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Racingteam-Hof ... idZ2QQtZkm

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Postby rayray086 » 06 Nov 2008 10:02

Awesome - can always rely on WW for any wheel info!
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Postby Hakster » 06 Nov 2008 10:44

i'v got some oz turbo's, looking for the tool but dont know if i want the 10-point with 10 fur or 8 fur, whatever that means... can someone help?

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Postby rayray086 » 06 Nov 2008 13:47

I believe the "10 fur" and "8 fur" refers to the size of the 10-point socket in millimetres. Use a standard 8mm and 10mm hex socket and see if they fit snugly. That should help you determine the size. I know that for BBS RS, you'll need both 8mm and 10mm 10-point sockets (one for the nut, the other for the bolt, forgot which one it was), but I'm not sure about your OZ Turbos.
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Postby Hakster » 06 Nov 2008 15:12

rayray086 wrote:I believe the "10 fur" and "8 fur" refers to the size of the 10-point socket in millimetres. Use a standard 8mm and 10mm hex socket and see if they fit snugly. That should help you determine the size. I know that for BBS RS, you'll need both 8mm and 10mm 10-point sockets (one for the nut, the other for the bolt, forgot which one it was), but I'm not sure about your OZ Turbos.


thanks for the advice, i'll test some sockets on them tonight to find out...

the nut at the back looks bigger than 8 or 10 mm, they're 10-point too... i'll have to investigate further i think...
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Postby phataz1 » 08 Nov 2008 07:39

The nuts tend to be the 10mm type and the bolts are usually the 8mm type. You can measure em with a ruler or something and you'll get a definite answer :D
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Postby Hakster » 09 Nov 2008 17:10

looks like i'm gonna have to buy both tool sizes :( too much money...
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Postby ahmetthejerk » 17 Dec 2008 02:48

http://www.reflextuning.com/universal/1 ... ckets.html


just found this website... ive been looking for one for a month now! in the US, and you can RENT!
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Re: Trying to find OZ or BBS bolt tools? Step this way...

Postby wesleygti » 03 Feb 2009 22:45

phataz1 wrote:Found this shop on German eBay selling OZ and BBS split rim bolts, tools, and other tings, much cheaper than what Ive heard these can cost. They accept Paypal, and ship worldwide :D

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Racingteam-Hof ... idZ2QQtZkm

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great seller, i buy for my RS's the low profile center caps and the 3" lips. the shipping is really fast and the products have a great quality 8)
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Re: Trying to find OZ or BBS bolt tools? Step this way...

Postby CH3OH » 21 Feb 2009 16:17

I just drilled out my oz bolts cuz I HATE non-standard stuff. Going to be replaced with standard ones. Image

On the plus side, the drilling took only about 2-3 min/wheel :mrgreen: Already polished 2 of them.. My flat is running out of space :wtf:
Today 2 more, tomorrow some ronal turbo polishing. My hands feel like jelly.
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Postby user name unknown » 21 Feb 2009 21:14

ahmetthejerk wrote:http://www.reflextuning.com/universal/1 ... ckets.html


just found this website... ive been looking for one for a month now! in the US, and you can RENT!


why does the price say $175??????????
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Postby Lee_ » 22 Feb 2009 18:24

Looks like $125 of that is a deposit, so I guess that gets returned. :)
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Postby Polo Classic » 22 Feb 2009 21:04

Hakster wrote:looks like i'm gonna have to buy both tool sizes :( too much money...


OZ bolts are 10-point 8mm and nuts are 10mm 10-point, so for turbo's id say you need the 8 mm one :cheers:
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Re: Trying to find OZ or BBS bolt tools? Step this way...

Postby twoscoops » 24 Apr 2009 15:52

Does anyone have a set of OZ tools, 8 and 10mm i can borrow while i refurb some wheels?
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