NB. Please note that I will be away as from Tuesday 9th July 2019 until Wednesday 17th July inclusive. Phone calls, texts & emails will not be answered during
Illustrations, photos & descriptions of most of the products I carry can be found by clicking the buttons to the left.
Please note that the first thing you will need to know is what type of seat your wheels have, ie what profile there is around the stud holes, see the illustrations
below........ note that these illustrations are of wheel bolts, but the same principle applies equally to wheel nuts.
Flat seats are self explanatory (I hope!), rounded is actually called radius (or ball seat) & taper seats are normally 60°. The only exception to this is Wolfrace who used a shallow 30° taper
in some of their slot mags (for which there are specific nuts & washers available, see the alloy wheel page).
Also, some wheels with flat seats have a washer recess around the stud holes & some wheels are unilug (elongated hole to accomodate several pcd sizes). There are specific unilug washers available for these applications. Certain alloy wheels also have different diameter holes & need sleeve bore sizes such as 5/8", 11/16", 3/4" etc. & these need careful & precise measuring to avoid mistakes in ordering. Also some wheels have either thin or thick centres & there are various lengths of sleeves to suit, so they need measuring as well.
Then next, you need to know the thread size & pitch, ie. 7/16" or 1/2" x 20 unf, 12mm x 1.5 etc. Take a look here
for a reference guide for pcd & thread sizes. Please note that the only
Imperial threads available are UNF, no BSF or Whitworth can be sourced.
With this information you can now select your correct wheel nuts using the following pages, by clicking on the appropriate buttons to the left.
Please note that I do not stock just US style wheel nuts, but also carry ranges for British & European wheels & vehicles, including Wolfrace, Revolution, Mamba, Cobra & many more.
I also carry a limited range of wheel bolts, further details on request.
Note that "steel wheel nuts" & "alloy wheel nuts" refer to the wheels they are designed to fit & not the material the nuts are made of. Certain alloy nuts are available upon request but stainless steel are not.
I do not carry all the sizes & products shown on the indivual pages, these illustrations are copied directly from the manufacturers concerned & show all the variations they offer. Due to
economics, I do not stock every item as some are rarely if ever requested &, as in the case of the US sourced ones, require substantial order quantities to enable me to stock them.
The majority of nuts shown on this website are sourced from the USA & their part nos are usually 4 digit ones, eg #5101, all others come from the UK & usually have a letter & number,
Please note that there are no prices shown on my website, this is due to the majority of stock being sourced from abroad & therefore subject to fluctuating exchange rates. Having said
that, I haven't changed my prices substantially for the last few years. A quick email or phone call however, will always provide the current price of any product.
Please note that I cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies in the manufacturers dimensions as stated here. All dimensions are as published by the individual manufacturers of the products & are reproduced here in good faith.
Please contact me for further details or to ask any questions, all my contact details are shown on the "contact" page.
Stop Press: New additions to the wheel stud range are now in stock, check on that page for details.