When choosing a set of new Jeep lug nuts, one image comes to mind. But are all Jeep lug nuts the same size? In fact, no, not all Jeep wheel nuts are the same. There are differences in thread pitches and types. Some Jeep cars use M14x1.5 lug nuts like the latest Wrangler JL, Gladiator JT, Wagoneer WS, Grand Cherokee WK2… Some Jeep lug nuts are 1/2-20 UNF, like Wrangler JK/TJ/YJ, Cherokee XJ, Grand Cherokee ZJ/WJ/WK, Commander XK…
It is worth noting that some Jeep cars use wheel bolts instead of Jeep lug nuts. For example, the Jeep Compass MP, Cherokee KL, Renegade BU, Meridian, and more. It’s important to make sure any replacement you choose is the correct fit for your vehicle, or you could risk anything from the annoyance of a cross-threaded stud to the disaster of losing a wheel. Before replacing your Jeep lug nuts, learn a few of the differentiating characteristics.
What Types of Jeep Lug Nuts Do I Need?
Many aftermarket wheels are designed to use your OEM Jeep lug nuts or wheel bolts, others come with different lug seat types. It is essential that the Jeep lug nut seat and the wheel lug seat match. The mismatch between Jeep lug nuts and wheels could potentially cause the nut to loosen and the wheel to become insecure in the vehicle. You can get information from the wheel manufacturers. Simply, a 60° conical seat is the most common and is found on most aftermarket wheels.
Over 10 years of professional actual measuring, precision upgrades, and installation tests, BONOSS built an exclusive database of each vehicle selling on the market, and it’s still being updated continuously. That is why BONOSS Jeep lug nuts perfectly fit your OEM or aftermarket wheels with no problem. Besides, these BONOSS Jeep lug nuts are all forged. The proof load is up to 105,700N. Such strong BONOSS Jeep lug nuts can not only ensure high quality and safety but also offer a smooth installation experience.
What Are Jeep Lug Nuts Made Of?
When it comes to choosing the right Jeep lug nuts for your wheels, the options may be overwhelming. At this point, focusing on the material is helpful. By far, the steel Jeep lug nuts are one of the strongest wheel nuts. BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel Jeep lug nuts are ISO Grade 12 approved. The super forging process makes these stud nuts more durable and more resistant to corrosion and oxidation. Particularly, BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel Jeep wheel lug nuts give salt spray resistances exceeding 500 hours. They keep you safe all the long way.
But if you focus more on aesthetics, Titanium Jeep lug nuts are a better option. BONOSS forged Titanium Jeep lug nuts come in a variety of styles and colors. No more monotone metal-grey, as the process develops, Titanium Jeep lug nuts can be anodized to various colors, such as Nitrogen-blue, Rainbow, and Titanium-original. Simply put, color matching will essentially improve your design’s visual appeal. Therefore, you can invest in new BONOSS Titanium Jeep lug nuts to decorate the wheels. This adds a personalized style to your vehicle.