Lug nuts

RacerX

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Does anybody know where I can get 5/8 fine large lug nuts. For 5/8 studs that fit and 1 1/8 socket.
 

Tony_Barraza

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Racer X-

You need to call Harold or Doug at Parker Pumper, 909.360.5906. I'm sure they've got what you need.

Good Luck!

Tony B.

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Kritter

Krittro Campbell
5/8 stud should be a 1 inch socket and Harold can get you the badass Nascar type springloaded socket. DMC makes the lugs.

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Just4Fun

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Try Sandy Cone at Cone Industries, we got some from him for our rear end and they are great. They have a built in washer, I know he has lots in stock.
Jason
P.M. Fabrication
 

Kritter

Krittro Campbell
Really JC? What is the cone angle?

Kris
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Kritter

Krittro Campbell
Really JC? What is the cone angle? If it is 90 degrees then ok, but I always thought you should run some angle on a lug nut for off road use.

Kris
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ntsqd

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Wilwood also makes them. P/N 230-0624 gets you a 5 pack. These are used on oval racing Wide 5 hubs so they will be a larger hex than would be the norm. P/N 230-0512 is a bulk number (100 pc min.) Ping Summit with either of those numbers and see what price you get.

While we're at it, p/n 230-0621 is the stud 5 pack and p/n 230-0304 is the bulk number.

TS

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