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McGard Wheel Installation Kit 65557RCShop All McGard
Why settle for ordinary lug nuts? SplineDrive Lug Nuts combine style and performance.; A no-compromise design engineered to fit small diameter recesses in Tuner style wheels.; SplineDrive lug nuts offer closed-end design, maximum gripping power, more stud engagement and a greater seating surface than socket style lug nuts.; In addition they are 30% lighter in weight.; Like all McGard lug nuts, the chrome plating is guaranteed for life not to rust, chip or peel.; McGard manufactures SplineDrive lug nuts in the USA to meet or exceed O.E.M.; standards for safety and durability.; Every lug nut is fully machined from restricted chemistry steel made specifically for McGard and through-hardened for its unsurpassed level of safety.; McGard's plating process includes several layers of nickel and one layer of microporous chrome producing a superior finish while protecting against rust.; Trimmed with a red anodized aluminum cap.; SplineDrive lug nuts take safety, dependability and style to the next level.; Contains all the hardware that you need to install 4 wheels and tires.; For use on aluminum cone seat wheels only.; This product may contain globally sourced materials/components.
- Enhances the look of any wheel.
- For alloy wheels only.
- Built to last a lifetime.
- Available in multiple color variations.
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