Lug Nuts

Discussion in 'Wheels, Tyres, Suspension and Brakes' started by J-B, Oct 22, 2007.

  1. J-B

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    Just wondering if anyone knows that the specification of the thread is for the VR4's?

    Also has anyone ever used the RAYS lug nuts? if you have any thoughts about them? are they worth having??
     
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    at $200 a set, you'd have to be keen to have coloured nuts!
     
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    hehehe you said coloured nuts....
     
  4. Gly

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    12x1.5mm
     
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    I paid a bit more than that for my vasectomy and my nuts ended up purple for a week. :eek::eek::eek::eek:
     
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    you got ripped off pete, these are only $200 AND you get to pick the colour!
     
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    and they wont over tighten in the cold.
     
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    it's just that now we all know each other and we feel more free to make those sort of jokes :)
     
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    aw gee. I can feel the love all the way to Brisbane.:rolleyes:
     
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    i think the real question is..

    are your nuts 17mm likes rays? :p
     
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    Now your getting a little to personal.
     
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    ah sorry.. i shouldnt talk about rays nuts like that.. he might get offended.
     
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    Or worse.... he might LIKE it ;)
     
  15. joe

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    stupid question!! by lug nuts you mean the wheel nuts yea?
     
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    Yes, and to add to what GLY posted (12x 1.5) they are also the same as Toyota, if you ever get stuck ;)
     
  17. joe

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    thanks joel for the responce to the stupid question, i was thinking of the nuts in the middle of the wheel, like the v8 supercars and f1's..
     
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    That's called a single nut wheel, Joe, and they're illegal on Australian roads unfortunately (unfortunate because you can get some REALLY light single nut rims!).
     
  19. joe

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    and they would be real easy to change wheels, who can be stuffed with 5 nuts... lol
     
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    Hey, five is better than four ;)
     

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