Best Lug Nuts: Keep Your Car’s Wheels Secure
If your car’s lug nuts are looking worse for wear, it’s time to replace them
These locking lug nuts replace OEM wheel nuts on certain Dodge Ramchargers, Ford Broncos, and Jeep Cherokees, CJs, Libertys, and Wranglers. The set of five features three layers of nickel and one of microporous chrome for a high-quality finish.
The eight key hex sizes fit a vehicle’s original lug wrench, making changing tires easy. The steel collar holds the key in place during installation and removal. Every lug nut is made using hardened, restricted chemistry steel for extra security and safety.
The key tends to get damaged rather fast. The set is also susceptible to breakage, especially if you install the nuts using electrical tools.
The Gorilla lug nuts come with a user-friendly key that makes installing and removing them easy. A special anti-theft mechanism rotates their outer sleeves when objects are forcibly used on them.
The locking lug nuts are made of hardened steel instead of cast steel for extra durability. The steel is topped with a chrome finish to help prevent corrosion and for lasting beauty. The conical seat design fits most wheels.
The wheel locks may break during installation. If they break, they are hard to remove. They also tend to rust rather quickly.
This is a set of 20 lug nuts that fit most car wheels, as they are made with precision machined threads for a perfect fit. They make great replacements for OEM lug nuts since they offer dependable strength and durability.
The lug nuts feature triple chrome plating and layers of chrome and copper-nickel for corrosion resistance, strength, and beauty. The M12x1.50 thread and conical 60-degree seat make them compatible with most wheel studs. They are made from cold-forged, heat-treated steel for extra durability.
They don't fit many big-name car manufacturers’ wheels, such as Honda, Lexus, and Toyota aluminum wheels. In addition, the chrome plating may not help prevent rust.