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Anyone know where I might find these lug nuts?

spinshop

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I`ve checked Jegs, Summit, and Amazon and nothing like them. I googled them and nothing like them.
As you can see, the old ones are shot and look like shit.
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I`m putting my old slots back on and I ordered new tires from Coker like the ones I had on when I bought the car.
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The nuts have to be longer because, they sit inside of the hole. Short ones wont stick out enough to tighten them with a socket.
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Gonna be a tough one to replicate. I do see some on amazon that have their own splined socket to install them, maybe those might work?
 
Gonna be a tough one to replicate. I do see some on amazon that have their own splined socket to install them, maybe those might work?
I found these at Summit. Put them in my cart and at check out, I noticed they were 1/2-20 thread?
I put 7/16-20 in the search? They would be perfect.
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Give these guys a call. I bought a set and a set of lug nuts that have a fairly small diameter proprietary lug nut that requires their special socket. Pretty sure I bought the nuts from them. Either way, the new wheels share the same design as the vintage stuff.
 
Give these guys a call. I bought a set and a set of lug nuts that have a fairly small diameter proprietary lug nut that requires their special socket. Pretty sure I bought the nuts from them. Either way, the new wheels share the same design as the vintage stuff.

Think you forgot a link or phone number?
 
 
Thank you. I sent them a message. We will see. (y)
 
 
Great that Coker makes those tires! Those were on my car when I sold it! If you look closely in the photo of my '67 atop the forum you can see the lettering.

Al had the same idea as mine regarding lugs....I was thinking thin wall socket as well! You could lube them to turn easier inside the wheel hole maybe? Correct thin wall sockets are strong....need good ones though!
 
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