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Old 06-13-2018, 10:55 AM   #1  
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Lug nut questions

So I'm in need of new lugs for the oem rims due to some damage and was looking for some help. I read a couple of forums about the non tuner lug etc and just want to make sure I'm looking at the right set.

20pc Black Mag Style Lug Nuts - 12x1.5 Thread Size - 1.5" Length - Installs with 21mm or 13/16 Hex Socket - For many 5Lug Lexus Scion Toyota Vehicles
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These from amazon, any help or feedback would be appreciated.
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Old 06-13-2018, 09:37 PM   #2  
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Our cars are 12x1.25 pitch. You have the right style, just not the right thread pitch.
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Black Mag style lug nuts in our 12x1.25 size are tough to find, might buy one of these and see if it works, and if so buy up the set
Black Toyota Lexus OEM Style Mag Lug Nuts 12x1.25
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Thanks for the feedback guys and that's what happens when scroll to far in amazon. I originally searched for the 12x 1.25 lugs. I think I'll try the set you recommended since I haven't seen any other pair of black lugs for oem. Another question what size socket do you recommend my original lugs were damaged by a 21 but wasn't sure if that was cause by a layer of paint causing issues.
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After searching some more there's also these

http://www.sfxperformance.com/parts/GOR73128TBC.htm

would these be any different or just personal preference? Seeing as the dimensions are slightly different.
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GOR73128TBC is the correct part #, seem to be out of stock everywhere else so you'd better call to confirm.


Also GOR73127BCB is the part # for the same lug nut in a 4 pack and it's here
73127BCB - Gorilla Lug Nuts - Bagged Sets - North American Parts - Automotive Parts Supply


Here' the Gorilla catalog so you can see the true specs and part #s
It's the third row down
Gorilla Automotive Products
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