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Split rim tool help needed.

Discussion in 'Z3 Roadster & Coupé' started by Daz3, Sep 9, 2013.

  1. Daz3

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    I'm trying to find a tool to split my rims it's a 10point spline bolt, if anyone can point me in the right direction that would be great. I've already bought a socket off eBay which turned out to be wrong.
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  2. GazHyde

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    What size is it Daz? My mate who bought my Z4 bought a tool to split the 108's to repaint them. I can check with him and if its similar and find out where he got it!
     
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    You can't tell from the pic, is that a male or female stud for clarity.
     
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    I have looked a couple of times and thought it was male until you questioned it, now I have no idea.

    I have a splined tool for female bolts, I will dig it out later to count the splines.
     
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    It's a female bolt head so requires a male tool. Thanks
     
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    Just checked mine and it is a 12 spline tool, is this the right one?

    10 Pt Spline tool not cheap though :wideyed:
     
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    Yeah that's the same as the one I bought M8 but its too big. Somewhere must have one.
     

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