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Spline drive lug nuts

I am buying new wheels but haven't made up my mind yet on what I want. I bought a set of black spline drive tuner lug nuts. 60 degree seat. 12x1.5. Will these work on my stock '04 rims until I pick out the wheels that I want? Just curious.



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No easier way to find out than taking one of your current lugs off and putting one of the new ones on.

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The larger the seat on the wheel the better. I would run OEM until you have to run tuner lugs.


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i run gorrila lugs, they sit better than the stock ones.


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The larger the seat on the wheel the better. I would run OEM until you have to run tuner lugs.
This. Wider base = more secure.

Shouldn't cause you issues if you wanted to run them anyway on stock wheels, but there's no point in marring up your shiny new lugs if you can wait until wheels arrive.


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i run gorrila lugs, they sit better than the stock ones.
The gorillas are fantastic. I ran both their normal locking and tuner lugs on different wheelsets. Only lugs I've had that haven't chipped up or faded. The seat on them pwns.


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just dont be under the impression the gorrila lugs are safer. As anyone can get a key for 5$. an impact+socket+key wheels off in under 30.


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