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Moto Metal wheels/Lug Nuts?

Just picked up some new 18" MotoMetal 961's and im wondering what lug nuts I need to go on them since they did not come with the wheels? I was told I could get some at an auto parts store. If anyone could get me a number or size it would be great!

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Re: Moto Metal wheels/Lug Nuts?

Don't know if these are the size you need, but they don't fit my 2004. If you do need them let me know, try are just sitting around.

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Re: Moto Metal wheels/Lug Nuts?

For an 05 you need M14x1.5". You can get them at your local off road shop, I'm not sure if a regular parts store would have them or not. I think I paid $50 for a set of 32

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Re: Moto Metal wheels/Lug Nuts?

Biggest problem im running into is i need really long ones in order to actually get a socket on them...

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Re: Moto Metal wheels/Lug Nuts?

Mine are 2" long. Why not just get a deeper socket?

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Re: Moto Metal wheels/Lug Nuts?

Depending on the rim the lug nuts actually sit inside the rim so you need a special lug nut socket to get to them. At least my xd's were that way.

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Re: Moto Metal wheels/Lug Nuts?

Yea I had to order some spline style lug nuts with a special socket. I bought some regular acorn style lugs thinking they will work but once you get the lug nut in the wheel there is no way to get a socket on it. Oh well i will know for next time!

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