GEN 2 I'm a little concerned with these Gorilla Lug Nuts, they don't seem wide enough. Anyone else try these on OEM wheels?

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boerboel

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Hi,

I purchased gorilla lug nuts part number SPK6-14150B. They screw on with no issues (14x1.5). I'm just worried about how much slimmer they are compared to the stock lug nuts (please see pics). Doesn't seem like they will secure the wheels well enough. Did I order the wrong thing? If you changed to black lug nuts, I'd be curious about what you purchased. Thanks :)
 

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Yeah I wouldn’t run those.
 

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Hi,

I purchased gorilla lug nuts part number SPK6-14150B. They screw on with no issues (14x1.5). I'm just worried about how much slimmer they are compared to the stock lug nuts (please see pics). Doesn't seem like they will secure the wheels well enough. Did I order the wrong thing? If you changed to black lug nuts, I'd be curious about what you purchased. Thanks :)
They are thin
Had them on a few trucks
Feel super cheap
Had no issues though
 

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The lugs look like they were made for aftermarket wheels that have smaller lug holes that need the conical lugs(60 degree IIRC).
Have seen the OEM styled lugs be called bulge.
 
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