Spline Drive Short Black Chrome Closed-End (6-Spline)
JEGS 65438 Black Chrome-Plated Spline Drive Closed-End Lug Nuts with 7/16 in.-20 RH thread completely covers the wheel stud, protecting them from the elements and providing additional strength. This design prevents rust weep from getting on your new rims like the open-end nuts usually do. The precision fitment and contact area of the exterior drive splines provide 50% additional positive engagement, which allows for more torqueing power over socket-style nuts. The larger lug seating area enhances torque tension that helps to hold them tightly in place.
- Designed for aftermarket wheels where a standard lug nut will not fit
- 6-Spline bulged acorn style
- 60-degree conical seat
- Not compatible with factory OE wheels
- A spline drive socket is required for installation and can be purchased separately. We recommend JEGS 555-65446
Nuts to Keep Your Wheels on the Road
Harsh elements, corrosive wheel cleaners, impact guns, lug wrenches, and lead-foot drivers can take their toll on your vehicle's lug nuts. Whether you're adding new wheels to your ride or just replacing old worn-out units, JEGS has the lug nuts you need. Cold-forged for high-strength and maximum durability, then finished in zinc, chrome, or black and are available in bulge acorn, mag, or spline drive styles.
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