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tru spoke wheel lug nut fitment

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HELLMET, Apr 12, 2010.

  1. HELLMET
    Joined: Apr 21, 2001
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    how deep does the lug need to be? i have some but they bottom out even with the thick washer.is there a spacific lug nut for tru spokes? thanks billy
     
  2. Mr.Bomba
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    With the washer on it should be a little shy of being flush with the the back mounting pad (spacer) hope this helps!
     
  3. HELLMET
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    i think the lug nut is to long if i double the washer it will get tight but i dont know if it will tork down properly. what should the tru spoke tork to? these are old ones 15x7.
     
  4. Mr.Bomba
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    do they have the spacers on the backside? they bolt on with 4 screws
     
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  5. HELLMET
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    No the only thing i have is the wheel adaptors i had to go 5x5 to 5 4 3/4 and they are 1-1/4 thick the good ones.the tru spoke would not clear my hub center on the rotor.
     
  6. 4woody
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    Are you sure you've got the right washers?? Maybe the P.O. (if there was one...) gave you some that aren't the right thickness?
     
  7. 54fierro
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    from san diego

    They make short and long shank mag lugnuts. Are you already using the short ones?
     
  8. ryno
    Joined: Oct 6, 2005
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    check with lug nut king. i believe he's in san diego ca. i needed 1" long shank ones, but im running the factory spacers that come with tru's.
     
  9. HELLMET
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    Do you have pics of the spacers? I did not know they had spacers. Maybe thats my problem.
     
  10. HELLMET
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    The lugs are 1" shank i belive.
     

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