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Old 04-06-2018, 02:40 AM   #1
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Default Factory Lug Nuts

Hello I bought a set of factory alloy wheels in excellent condition and want to use the exact right lug nuts. Searching the web I see some have different angles (50 or 60 degrees) on the tapered end where they mate with the wheel, and these wheels kind of look like they use tapered ones and a washer also?? Does anyone know the degree of taper?

Any help would really be appreciated especially a pic of a factory one.
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Old 04-06-2018, 01:53 PM   #2
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Should be the 60 degree taper, Rockauto lists the lug nuts to be used with the stock wheels and the 60 degree is what they show to be used with the OEM wheels
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No washer that I am aware of...
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take the thing toa tire shop....they will warranty the right set up..... and more than likely for for under $100.
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Same lugs are used on most Nissans of the same era. Needed some lugs and grabbed them off Maximas and Altimas at the JY. Have the 6-spoke alloys in the pic on my truck.
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Thanks for all the help. It was the broad, shiny flat rings around each hole that made me think a rubber washer must contact there to keep moisture out.
I will head over to the JY to try and find 24 nice ones. I'm also looking for some Pathfinder buckets and just like going there!!
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