The locking wheel nut is existed on the Porsche 911 wheels. A set of Porsche wheel locks is effective to add insurance to your wheels. It is sure that a set of new performance rims is a small investment to you. After installing new specialty rims, you might intend to go the extra mile to protect them from being stolen. The most common locking Porsche 911 wheel bolts you could find are spline drive bolts and heptagon bolts. Spline drive locking wheel nuts are designed with many narrow grooves on the head and even down the sides.

All the splines aren’t the same pattern. Without corresponding key sockets, even a professional thief will spend more time dealing with these bolts. The Heptagon locking Porsche 911 wheel bolts have unique Heptagon (7-side) shape heads, which make it hard to be stolen due to the irregular shape. Like other locking wheel bolts, this type of bolt requires a special heptagon socket for installation and removal. This is effective to keep your wheels safe.

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Is a Titanium Porsche 911 Locking Wheel Nut Kit Worth It?

For Porsche 911 wheel bolts replacement, BONOSS forged Titanium Porsche 911 locking wheel bolts are a good idea. Each BONOSS forged heptagon Titanium wheel bolt is a wheel lock. This means you get 20 wheel locks in a BONOSS heptagon Titanium Porsche 911 wheel bolts kit. In addition, these BONOSS forged Titanium Porsche 911 wheel bolts come with Nitrogen-blue and Titanium-natural. They come in a variety of styles and colors. No more monotone metal-grey. Besides, Titanium maintains its strength at elevated temperatures.

Even at extreme temperatures up to 400 to 500°C, these BONOSS forged Titanium Porsche 911 locking wheel nuts maintain great performance. Besides, BONOSS Titanium wheel bolts apply an excellent hard anodizing process. This process provides the surface with better abrasion resistance, flame resistance, and smoother and harder finish protection than regular anodizing plating. A thin oxide (TiO2, titania) layer spontaneously forms cover on the surface to protect them against rust or corrosion. This means anodizing Titanium wheel bolts are not easy to corrode or oxidate which makes them safely work for long-term use.

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