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AFCO Double Sided Steel Lug Nut, 5/8 In. RH Coarse Thread Double Taper

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AFCO Double Sided Steel Lug Nut, 5/8 In. RH Coarse Thread Double Taper

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Use these AFCO oversized 1" hex lug nuts in place of those 'puny' stock size lug nuts. Fits 5/8" coarse wheel studs. Double-sided 45° seat design for quick and secure fastening.

You will need a 1" hex (6-sided) socket. 

5/8" Coarse Thread fits most racing wheels.

  • 45° taper
  • 5/8" RH Coarse Thread, Double Taper

What's The Angle
Most racing wheels have a 45° seat for the lug nut to seat in while most street wheels use 60°. By using 45° the lug nut is able to clamp tighter over a larger area, which helps keep your wheels on the car where they belong.

If you mix and match street and race wheels or lug nuts you are just asking for trouble. All our lug nuts are 45° and designed to be used with racing wheels.

 

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lapi6436
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Great Falls, Montana
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Awesome

May 19, 2012
I bought a bunch of these for spares iin my trailer and the guy that pit next to me sure appreciated it cuz he needed one.....
Pros:
  • Versatile
  • Lightweight
  • Durable
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

2 questions : 2 answers

how much do these lugnuts weigh ?

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Tangy
May 01, 2014

how much do these lugnuts weigh ?

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May 02, 2014
EricM
These lug nuts weigh approximately 0.14 lbs each.

What is the torque spec on these nuts? Most all of these nuts I have seen are tightened onto a black oxide or similar stud.

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Modjs
June 25, 2013

What is the torque spec on these nuts? Most all of these nuts I have seen are tightened onto a black oxide or similar stud.

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June 25, 2013
Jason
5/8" lug nuts on steel wheels should torque between 75 and 85 foot pounds. The nuts will have a higher torque value than studs so you need to meet the torque value of stud.
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You will need a 1" hex (6-sided) socket. 

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Most racing wheels have a 45° seat for the lug nut to seat in while most street wheels use 60°. By using 45° the lug nut is able to clamp tighter over a larger area, which helps keep your wheels on the car where they belong.

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