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post #1 of 7 Old 12-27-2015, 01:30 AM Thread Starter
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Lug nut thread pitch

Anyone know the lug thread pitch? Wondering if its the same as my 12x1.5
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yup 12x1.5 same as 2GEN TC and XB
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Changing your lug nuts?



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yea the girl wants purple lugs. i ordered a set of the purple dress up bolt kit to do license plates and etc thru the whole car. gunna do purple highlights thru out the car, badges etc. thank you!!
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Hrmn are our Oem wheels the flat magnetic lug nuts or will the acorn/cone type work?
As a seller has told me that the ones I'm looking at will work with the oems and after markets and said not to worry but I'm needing opinions lol.. lmk same thread pitch Red 12x1.5 6 splines.. & I totally know about not to put them on if ours are not cone versions just need to know if it's the flat magnetic type..
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Hrmn are our Oem wheels the flat magnetic lug nuts or will the acorn/cone type work?
As a seller has told me that the ones I'm looking at will work with the oems and after markets and said not to worry but I'm needing opinions lol.. lmk same thread pitch Red 12x1.5 6 splines.. & I totally know about not to put them on if ours are not cone versions just need to know if it's the flat magnetic type..
Yup you are correct!...Cant use Aftermarket lugnuts if the Stock ones are the "Shank" type lugnuts where the Washer is attached....When I had my 1st Gen tC I stuck aftermarket lugs onto the stock wheels...My wheels almost fell off!

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yea you'll need aftermarket wheels with acorn style lug nuts. good thing my winter wheels accept acorn style, can't wait for winter to see how this car slides around in the snow.
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