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Lug nuts for Method NVs

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by smslavin, Aug 27, 2017.

  1. Aug 27, 2017 at 12:37 PM
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    i knew i was missing something. what size lug nuts do i need for method NVs?
     
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    I might get a set too. switching from chrome lug nuts to black :)
     
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    These seem to be better quality
     
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    Amazon tuner lugs in black.
     
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    I got some nuts 4 u
     
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    DO NOT GET THE ET LUGS

    The lip can break off and get stuck on the stud. Then you can't get the wheel off. I've seen it in person (on the Mojave rd) and know at least 3 guys it's happened to

    The correct way to do it is to use the conical seat lugs and get longer studs for proper thread engagement.
     
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    I've heard that. Dustin over at FN Wheels told me he designed his wheels with deep pockets so you can use regular conical lugs on his wheels without getting extended studs. One reason I went with his wheels. I been running his wheels with regular conical lugs with no issues. Knock on wood*
     
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    FYI the Camburg I just got are the same ones (same box too)..for $15 cheaper..
     
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    What lugs/studs do you run?

    I have method nvs and the mugs that 4wp gave me. Trying to avoid any issues.

    How are these?
    http://store.sdhqoffroad.com/ToyotaTundraBlackSplinedLugNutKit-1.aspx
     
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