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NH Anon in NH
Nice and clean style. Seem pretty stout as well. Lug nut counterbores are pretty tight. Using the ITP lug nuts and a chrome socket (not impact), you can run them home. At first, only one or two lug nuts would fit with socket, but once the taper engages and the wheel starts to center, you can get the socket on the rest of them. I don't think an impact socket would fit. The OEM lug nuts take a bigger socket (19mm vs 17mm maybe? Not at the machine now), so you're going to want to use the ITP nuts (or grind down a socket?). I was going to go with the Delta steel rims, but they were out of stock. These were a decent price and I like the aesthetic.Read All Reviews