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Zgb112, Dorman PN 610-283 is the best fitting stud to use.
Couple other things worth noting:
You'll need two sets of lug nuts. Reason being is that most spacers come with REALLY crappy lug nuts, you'll need to use 3/4" head, 9/16" open head nuts. They will fit down inside the bore of the spacers without needing a special thin walled socket. Second set is so the hubcaps will stick on the lug nuts, I used a used set of second gen lug nuts. 15/16" head, 9/16" nuts. If you got a set that will work, you're money ahead.
Don't buy the studs from your local favorite parts store, they'll charge you $2-4 each. Get on eBay and buy them that way, I paid $18 for a box of ten, X3. Then bought two individual ones.
Don't grind the calipers. Run 1.5" or 2" spacers. Steel ones are the best to use, but are really spendy.
91 W350 SRW, 3.07's w/LSD, NV4500, 2nd gen IC, 370's, HX40