What are Mercedes GT wheel locking bolts? Are Mercedes wheel lock bolts worth it? Here is the answer from this Mercedes-Benz AMG GT: to fit these HRE wheels as well as performance upgrades. Although the Mercedes OEM wheels have been equipped with anti-theft wheel bolts, when you change to custom aftermarket wheels, these stock bolts may not be suitable. Wheel bolts are relatively small components under extremely large forces, and they are absolutely critical to locking the wheel on the Mercedes GT so that the seat type and other fitment are quite important. Besides, if you use lighter wheel bolts, they will improve the performance of your Mercedes-Benz AMG GT to a certain extent.
Lighter is better. Theoretically, reducing unsprung weight helps your Mercedes GT’s suspension system work more effectively. It can also provide sharp and enjoyable steering, enhancing wheel structure performance. The less mass of unsprung, the better behavior of the overall ease of acceleration and handling capabilities for a vehicle, especially in the comparison of racing event or competition. BONOSS forged Titanium lock wheel bolts for Mercedes-Benz AMG GT apply Titanium alloy material, which is not only corrosion-resistant but also much stronger and lighter than some steel lug bolts that results in a drastic decrease in rotational mass of the wheel. Aesthetically, these Mercedes Titanium lug bolts are actually an instant and effective beginning of wheel mods. (Thanks DXH AUTO for providing these pics)
What Are Mercedes Anti-theft Wheel Bolts?
BONOSS independent design department insists on continuously optimizing the design of Mercedes-Benz GT Titanium wheel bolts. We know these wheels are very valuable for you. That is why BONOSS Titanium locking wheel bolts are designed to protect your finest Mercedes wheels from being easily accessible to thieves. They come with a unique heptagon shape head design, which requires a special matching socket for installation and removal. Even if the thieves have a full set of socket wrenches, they won’t have the unique seven-sided socket to fit. This effectively decreases the stolen risk of your wheels.
What’s the Performance of BONOSS Mercedes Titanium Wheel Bolts?
BONOSS Mercedes-Benz GT Titanium Locking Wheel Bolts applies high-strength Titanium alloy material. They have fully passed TÜV ISO standard tests, Tensile Strength≥1,080MPa, Ultimate Tensile Load≥138,800N, Hardness(Vickers)≥347, Proof Load≥ 104,000N… These Mercedes Titanium Lock Wheel bolts 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-a thin oxide (TiO2, titania) layer that spontaneously forms cover on the surface to protect them against corrosion.
Where to Buy BONOSS Mercedes-Benz GT Titanium Lock Wheel Bolts M14x1.5:
BONOSS offers a full line of Mercedes Titanium 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 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT uses M14x1.5 thread with a conical seat for these HRE Performance Wheels.
BONOSS Forged Titanium Lock Wheel Bolts for Mercedes-Benz GT are two-piece design, which effectively eliminates the bolts loosening and abnormal noise caused by the PCD hole coaxially deviation between the wheel and hub assembly. 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 Mercedes GT Titanium Lock Wheel bolt 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 Worry-free Warranty, which is an excellent and cost-effective choice for your car upgrades.
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