By caid4315|2023-12-23T23:23:26+00:00December 23rd, 2023|Blog|
The most common socket size of your BMW 5 Series bolts is 17mm, so you would need a 17mm hex socket to fit. Whether you use a lug wrench, torque wrench, impact socket, or regular socket, you’ll need the correct size to remove or tighten BMW lug bolts. Once the head of the lug bolt is damaged it will be challenging to remove. Besides, when torquing the BMW 5 Series lug bolts, a high-quality socket is capable of withstanding certain forces.
If you change the stock wheels, then you are likely to use new BMW 5 Series wheel bolts. Among the wheel accessory market, you have more than one choice! And how to pick the perfect 2024 BMW wheel bolts is not too difficult. The color and material are two effective factors. When the lug bolts match your wheel color, your vehicle will look more unique and personal. It all comes down to personal preference or what combination looks best.
What Types of BMW 5 Series Bolts Are Best?
Replacing the stock BMW 5 Series wheel bolts with an aftermarket set is one way of enhancing performance and personalizing your car. To improve your wheel style and safety, BONOSS provides a forged ISO grade 12.9 shell-type wheel lock and bolt kit. This kit includes 20 pcs standard BMW 5 Series bolts, 4 pcs wheel locks, and 20 pcs colorful shells. The shells are made of 7075-T6 aluminum. They are anodized in a variety of colors, such as red, black, blue, grey, etc. Simply put, color matching will essentially improve your design’s visual appeal.
Apart from the colors, it is very important to check the core wheel bolts. The core BONOSS BMW 5 Series wheel bolts are made of JIS SCM440 steel material, which features many desirable properties such as high strength, wear resistance, excellent toughness, impact resistance, and high-temperature resistance. They are ISO grade 12.9 approved. The minimum tensile strength is over 1282 MPa. Higher-grade lug bolts can bear more force and are not easy to break. When torqued correctly, these BONOSS forged shell-type BMW 5 Series lug bolts can maintain high clamping force even under extreme operating conditions.