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basslinecorsa

posted on 7th Jul 17 at 12:36

take a look at Grayston Engineering - 020 8974 1122. Thats where we get all of our wheel bolts/nuts/studs from. All made from top quality metal. They are trade only suppliers ... I would just make up that you are a motorsport team or something.

[Edited on 07-07-2017 by basslinecorsa]


tom130691

posted on 7th Jun 17 at 10:16

100% agree but they dont fit apparently.


Ive seen mcgaurd do some locking tuner nuts, which give me some confidence there must be some good brands out there making these, not just ebay monkey metal ones.


DaveyLC

posted on 7th Jun 17 at 06:51

Personally I'd use factory nuts/bolts I've seen too many photos of crashed modified cars with wheels ripped off :|


tom130691

posted on 6th Jun 17 at 06:23

Looking at some new wheels for the daily whip, however the ones I like need tuner Nuts/Bolts, Ive never really liked them or payed much attention to them,

Doe any one have much experience of what the best ones are? Id rather not use allumium ones if I can help it.