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Old 02-10-2018, 07:35 PM
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Lug nut

Hey all real general question. Havent posted much on here, and havent been around in a while...

But here is my straigjt forward question. So i had to replace a few lugs. Due to stripping the capped portion off during a tore rotation. I had some spare lugs lying around however noticed the hex size or head size is slightly larger... Lugs are m12x1.5 as they should be but with a 20mm head size. Is this a problem? (Besides the obvious potential headache of sifferent lug sizes during tire rotation.)
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As long as the seat is conical you should be fine. Are they chrome capped or dipped? Usually the capped ones corrode underneath the cap and turn the 19mm into a 19.5/20mm.
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it is a conically seated nut. i cannot recall if they are capped or dipped, i want to say dipped. Based on look. Just had them laying around and knew they had the proper threading.
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Should be fine then.
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