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Extended Thread(ET) Lug Nuts for Aftermarket Wheels

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by the_midwesterner, Aug 4, 2018.

  1. Aug 4, 2018 at 4:05 PM
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    the_midwesterner

    the_midwesterner [OP] New Member

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    I wanted to share some info I discovered while looking for some extended thread lug nuts for my Icon speed six wheels. I did some searching on here, but could not find a definitive answer or direct resource for a place to order some. After digging around a bit, I discovered a couple of vendors who have options.

    Upon my research I found the following:

    SCS Lug Nuts:

    Pro: Price. Extended thread. Black in color. Spline and Key for theft protection.
    Cons: They seem to be out of stock often. Could not determine shipping cost, since I couldn't add them to my cart and check.

    Link

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    Camburg Lug Nuts:

    Pro: Price. Extended thread. Black in color. Spline and Key for theft protection.
    Cons: Shipping price is RIDICULOUS. They wanted almost $20 for shipping to my state.

    Link

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    Gorilla Lug Nuts:

    Pro:
    Price. Extended thread. Black in color. Spline and Key for theft protection. Available with reasonable shipping costs. Summit racing carries them.
    Cons: Not very well known. I was only able to find these after speaking with Gorilla sales dept directly.

    Link

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    I made the decision to order the Gorilla ones off of summit racing, with free shipping, and installed them on my truck. I have had Gorilla lugs on my crawler with no rust issues, which is a big deal to me.

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    The finished product:

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    Hopefully this helps someone else.
     

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