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      07-11-2009, 02:54 PM   #1
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Question e92 Lug nut pattern?

I'm looking to purchase some aftermarket lug nuts. But what's the lug nut pattern?

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Why would the pattern affect the lug nuts themselves? There are 5 per wheel, you need 20.
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Why would the pattern affect the lug nuts themselves? There are 5 per wheel, you need 20.
That is not what he is asking

There are different thread pitches for the lugs vs other cars
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      07-11-2009, 03:40 PM   #4
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That is not what he is asking

There are different thread pitches for the lugs vs other cars
Using proper terminology can avoid confusion. I know what he meant, but if people run around calling tires "wheels" then we would all get annoyed.
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They are lug bolts instead of lug nuts too
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You'll actually need lug bolts if you have not done a stud conversion. Take a look at EAS's Mache Schnell products.

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