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GEN 2 New lug nuts for non bead lock capable wheels?

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Exterior Forum [GEN 2]' started by Ski4Ever, Apr 6, 2020.

  1. Ski4Ever

    Ski4Ever Full Access Member

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    Anyone have a picture of what black lug nuts look like on these stock wheels? Also, could you post the part number of what lug nuts you ordered? Thanks!

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    Like this. Black is beautiful, bother!!

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    Yeah, I could have photoshopped my own picture...I was looking for a picture of someone else's wheels with their lug nuts. The new lugs wouldn't be the same shape (stupid caps on plain nuts), etc. And, still looking for part numbers... :)
     
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    Interested. Is anyone using a McGard locking lugnut that matches? Part number?

    Also...are McGard black lugnuts better quality than Gorilla?
     
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    I know you’re looking for non-bead, but here’s a couple of pics of the black McGard lugs (same part for bead and non-bead) - they look very similar to factory.

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    As for McGard vs Gorilla, I prefer McGard based on reviews that Gorilla tend to rust more often. Mine are nearly brand new, so we’ll see how these hold up.

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    Anyone running locking lugs and have a recommendation?
     
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    Gorillas
     
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    Exactly what I was looking for! Thanks! Happen to have a part number?
     

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