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Wheel lug nuts

19mm also 3/4' also fits, torque is 80 ft lbs. I also use a Makita 18 volt cordless impact tool to help speed up the process when making the switch from summer wheels to winter wheels and vice versa in the spring time. PS: I also prefer the 6pt socket over the 12pt socket as the 12 pt can at times round off the corners of the lug nut.
 

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Wheel lug nuts

When you mention 1.25 or 1.5, I must assume that they refer to the number of threads per inch or per CM (metric no doubt) on the bolt and nut. Suggest you check with a tire shop or machine shop as they would have a gauge to answer your question.
 

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When I got the black wheels on my CT, I experimented with different color lug nuts (from Ebay). I eventually went back to the OEM chrome. You have to do what you think looks best.
 

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When I got the black wheels on my CT, I experimented with different color lug nuts (from Ebay). I eventually went back to the OEM chrome. You have to do what you think looks best.
I still don't know what specs to get though... I think i'm looking for the 60% angle at the bottom, but aside from that, are there any other specs to look out for?
 
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