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Hi,

I have an FN2 with black team dynamics 1.2 wheels. However, the current black wheel nuts are past their best and need replacing. Any recommendations?

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Cheers, forgot about Cox


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Nice cheap fix.
They keep all the odd ones from customers who want security nuts fitted and then package them up for us.
 

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Just noticed that the ones currently on the car are not Honda ones!


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OEM Honda wheel nuts are radius fit for the Honda alloys, most aftermarket wheels are taper fit.
If your wheel nuts are taper fit you can buy any M12 x 1.5 taper fit wheel nuts for the car, just be careful of the length of the studs on the hub as some nuts are not deep enough to fit.
 

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mine are aftermarket (team dynamics 1.2) so i need tapered ones but which?

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OEM Honda wheel nuts are radius fit for the Honda alloys, most aftermarket wheels are taper fit.
If your wheel nuts are taper fit you can buy any M12 x 1.5 taper fit wheel nuts for the car, just be careful of the length of the studs on the hub as some nuts are not deep enough to fit.
Yes - you absolutely need to know what seats your alloy wheels have - Honda are ball/radius seat and aftermarket almost always taper/60 deg.

Do not use the wrong seat type nut - that road leads to disaster :eek:
 

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Tegiwa have a good selection, just ignore the OEM Honda ones, the others are taper fit (all are 60 degrees) and good quality, these can be used on OEM wheels but require a adapter washer.
 

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Tegiwa have a good selection, just ignore the OEM Honda ones, the others are taper fit (all are 60 degrees) and good quality, these can be used on OEM wheels but require a adapter washer.
Forget about Tegiwa - I’ll take a look


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Tegiwa have a good selection, just ignore the OEM Honda ones, the others are taper fit (all are 60 degrees) and good quality, these can be used on OEM wheels but require a adapter washer.
There are some 45 degree ones about - often used in racing applications ;)
 

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I'm using steel nuts from Rare Rims ebay store and McGard security nuts. Want to upgrade to Rays steel nuts for jdm points, buy they are pricey.
 

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I use Muteki open ended black wheel nuts on my ATR.

Makes EVERY wheel nut a security nut. o_O
 

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I use Muteki open ended black wheel nuts on my ATR.

Makes EVERY wheel nut a security nut. o_O
I was looking at the Muteki ones on Tegiwa earlier


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