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lug nut ? what to get?

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by chinoty, Dec 29, 2006.

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  1. chinoty

    chinoty Banned

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    looking for some lug nuts for some drag dr16 wheels. i saw some buddy club P-1 on a site. pretty resonable. but i dont know the differences of the 1.5 or 1.25. all i want is some relaible lug nuts with an adapter that acts like a key or lock. anyone got any ideas of what to get?
     
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    gorilla lugnuts :)
     
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    they dont look to good though.
     
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    ive had the same set for almost 5 years now. no complaints. no busted key, either.

    my lugnuts get alot of use since in the summer i change to my R compounds every other week for autocross.
     
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    anyone heard of any complaints for buddy club p-1?? but what are the differences of 1.25 or 1.50, is that the diameter or size of the nut or does it matter if it fits a honda or acura??
     
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    thread pitch of the bolt.

    all honda/acura lug nuts are interchangeable.
     
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    so both 1.25 or 1.50 would work just fine?? im actually putting these on some drag wheels dr-16. will it work without scraping my wheels??
     
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    gotta similar question, I got a 2000 integra ls w/ gram light 57s wheels and want to get the blue ray's lugs to match the valve stems. do I need the 1.5 or 1.25?
     
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    made up my mind. i'll be getting the blox lug nuts open ended black 1.25 looks nice and durable.
     
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    eBay Seller: detail-works: MOTEGI, Parts Accessories, eBay Motors items on eBay.com=

    Check out that seller, those lugnuts on ebay. I've purchased from him twice. Nice guy, Nice lugs, no crappy keys that break, spline drive, available in several colors, although I would reccomend chrome for scratch resistance. Light weight to boot.

    And buy for an "eclipse". Same threads, but you get four spare lugs, just incase.

    Put them on two cars, no problems with either.
     
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    MikeBergy Blah blah blah....

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    that is such a good idea...
     
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    what an idiot!!!! you dont konw what your talking about i bough a 1.25 and does not work. its a 1.5 which i have researching and found those are the specs. looser!!!
     
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    MikeBergy Blah blah blah....

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    Um...I can't believe you took only one person's word, especially a guy named "TurboMirage" on a honda forum (no disrespect intended to you, Chris), and didn't look anywhere online. I googled up "honda lug nuts" and found the correct size, which is indeed 1.5mm thread pitch, in like two seconds.

    You're the idiot. And learn to spell. It will help you get people to take you more seriously. Not to mention, you don't buy lugnuts to fit wheels, you buy lug nuts to fit a certain vehicle application. And since you did find the correct size, good for you. Thread Closed.
     
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