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Double Sided Steel Lug Nut, 1/2 Inch RH Fine Thread, Double Taper

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Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Double Sided:
Yes
Thread Pitch:
1/2"-20
Garage Sale:
No
Double Sided Steel Lug Nut, 1/2 Inch RH Fine Thread, Double Taper
Double Sided Steel Lug Nut, 1/2 Inch RH Fine Thread, Double Taper

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Double Sided Steel Lug Nut, 1/2 Inch RH Fine Thread, Double Taper

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Use these oversized 1 Inch Hex Steel lug nuts in plane of those 'puny' stock size lug nuts.  Double-sided 45° seat design for quick and secure fastening.

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

1/2" Fine Thread fits most Ford and Mopar pattern studs.

  • 45° taper
  • 1/2"-20 RH Fine 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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