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12 Point Lug Nuts

EDIT-PRICE HAS BEEN REDUCED-PRICE IS FOR THE INSERTS ONLY
After many, many request I have these for sale now. They are $50.00 shipped a set(10) plus shipping. If you want to use PayPal it's an extra $3.00.
These fit wheels that take a 0.500 shank length lug nut with a 1/2" stud.
A complete set(10)of the nuts and adapters weigh 205 grams, that's less than a 1/2 lb.
PM me or email me at [email protected]

Let me know, I have a long list and it's growing quickly.




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Got it Joe, reply sent. Thank You
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Thanks Joe, much appreciated
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Here's a better picture actually on the car.
These are installed on a ORSCA EZ Street Mustang.

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Returned your PM Marvin and Thanks
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SO HOW MUCH WEIGH DO YOU SAVE

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Total weight is 206grams for both sides including nuts. It's about a 1.5lbs total.

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SO YOU SAVE A POUND

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weight per money thats a good deal IMO.

Dont have to worry about the chrome flaking of like those cheap lug nuts do..................
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SO YOU SAVE A POUND
Yes, actually 1.5lbs. It's un-sprung weight so if you buy into the theory of un-sprung weight ratio which is said to be between 2:1 to as high as 8:1 it's a decent reduction for some.
The main reason for producing these was mostly for the aesthetics, a slight reduction in weight was just a small bonus.
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The warehouse I was purchasing the nuts from closed, subsequently I lost my deal. You can purchase them for the same cost as I can so if interested the ARP number is 300-8334.

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do you make the inserts or are they bought. i have been looking for inserts like that for a set of weld wheels that are 9/16 studs.
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These will only work with wheels with a billet center. The center of the Welds actually collapse slightly re-acting like a lock washer which helps keep them tight. The larger washer is critical to those wheels in keeping the lug nut from loosing it's torque.
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do you make the inserts or are they bought. i have been looking for inserts like that for a set of weld wheels that are 9/16 studs.
I have them made by a friend who has a CNC lathe. I've made a few sets but on a manual lathe it's pretty time consuming where the CNC knocks a set out in about 15 minutes.
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