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Higher performance wheel upgrades! A couple of days ago, this BMW M2 installed BONOSS Titanium Lock Wheel Bolts 1100 Series, M14x1.25 thread with a 60-degree conical seat together with new HRE 19-inch 5×120 rims. One of the simplest and most efficient modification is to replace a set of new wheels. A set of quality wheels can not only improve the steering experience but also bring your car to an excellent exterior. We know these wheels are very valuable for you. This is why we have designed these lock bolts with an irregular outer diameter shape head which requires a special key tool to loosen and remove. They come with anti-theft function while as much as aesthetically possible to beautify the wheels. (Thanks Handwerker for supporting.)

The BMW M2 is one of the most popular luxury vehicles in the world, complete with compact dimensions, new styling, exquisite interior, comfortable seats, and expanded cabin. It has a potent powertrain, offering a surging acceleration experience. The best bit with any M Series is how it drives, and BMW was always not to disappoint here. The steering is firm and precise, body control is brilliant and the handling is anything but joyful.

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What are wheel locking bolts?

If you’ve ever brought your car to a shop for new rims and tires, you’ve probably been asked whether your vehicle needs a wheel lock bolts kit. The lock wheel bolts kit (also called anti-theft wheel bolts) consists of two parts, the bolts, and the key. They are used to defend criminals from stealing your wheels. They are like regular lug nuts but have a special design in them and need a key to be removed. And the key usually comes in a set that can be found with the spare area in the package box. High-end vehicles usually come with a locking lug nut on each wheel and so should you. Getting these lock bolts for your rims is an effective way for wheel protection.

Where to buy locking lug bolts

We understand that most vehicle owners are very concerned about the quality of the products they use on their vehicles. This is why we only use the highest quality materials. BONOSS Titanium Lock Wheel Bolts apply premium Titanium alloy material. Titanium alloys possess high mechanical properties, not only have great fatigue strength and tensile strength performance but also maintain great strength at extreme temperatures up to 400 to 500°C. They are light in weight, also have extraordinary corrosion resistance. All locking wheel lug bolts are processed Hard-Anodized/Polished surface treatment, smooth, and no scratches. Meanwhile, we retain the shiny primary color of titanium alloy, shining in the sun which makes your car more outstanding and attractive.

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Additional Information:

  • BONOSS offers a full line of lug wheel bolts to suit your vehicle wheels including M14x1.5, M14x1.25, M12x1.5, M12x1.25 and M15x1.25, 1/2-20 UNF. Thus, if you would like different sizes of wheel bolts, feel free to contact us. This BMW M2 uses M14x1.25 thread with a 60-degree conical seat.
  • BONOSS Forged Titanium Lock Wheel Bolts are spacer structure design, which effectively eliminates the bolts loosening and abnormal sound caused by the PCD hole coaxially deviation between hub and shaft head. If you would like a set of locking wheel lug bolts, please ensure the seat type of the bolts is suitable for threading tightly. And, if you don’t know the proper length, you are welcomed to contact our tech staff freely.
  • Each BONOSS product is printed with the logo of “BONOSS”. This offers an easy method to distinguish other fake and inferior products. At the same time, it also provides a way to find our after-sales service. Our Titanium products are 12 Months Limited Warranty, which is an excellent and cost-effective choice for your car upgrades.

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