Acorn/Conical Seat Lug Nuts
McGard Acorn/Conical Seat Lug Nuts and Lug Nut Kits are designed for vehicles with steel or aluminum wheels with lug nuts that are tapered at the bottom. McGard manufactures wheel locks and lug nuts in the USA to meet or exceed OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) standards for safety and durability. Presently, McGard is an OEM wheel lock supplier to over thirty car manufacturers around the world. The one piece wheel locks function like regular lug nuts, but require a special key tool for installation and removal. The computer generated key designs allow for an infinite number of key patterns. McGard lug nuts are guaranteed for life not to rust, chip or peel. Designed and built for the real world. Think about it, harsh elements, nasty corrosive wheel cleaners, overzealous impact guns, loose fitting lug wrenches and lead foot drivers. This kind of treatment destroys ordinary lug nuts. McGard lug nuts can take the punishment and keep your wheels looking beautiful. Every McGard wheel lock and lug nut is fully machined from restricted chemistry steel made specifically for McGard and through-hardened for its unsurpassed level of security and safety. McGard lug bolts and locks enhance the look of your car and help keep your wheels safe!
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