When taking the wheels off, you have to unscrew the 2023 Tesla Model Y lug nuts. It is always important to ensure a proper “tight”. If you don’t retorque these 2023 Tesla Model Y lug nuts, they can be loose over time, leading to eventual failure. So, the best time to give these 2023 Tesla Model Y lug nuts a check and retorqued them is within about 50 to 100 miles of driving. This usually applies after you’ve had your full set of tires changed.
Sometimes your 2023 Tesla Model Y lug nuts are not strong to handle forces. If your wheel nuts were to become loose, some cases (like a vibration) turn out obvious at that time. But if you were to wait longer than that, a loose lug nut could become looser. If your 2023 Tesla Model Y lug nuts were loosening enough, eventually your wheel could fall off, which would obviously be very scary while driving.
Why You Need Quality 2023 Tesla Model Y Lug Nuts?
These 2023 Tesla Model Y lug nuts are among the most important parts which secure the wheels. The ISO Grade 12 wheel nuts are considered to be the top-quality nuts in the auto industry. If you use aftermarket wheel nuts, make sure they are strong enough. Arguably, a stronger retention power on the wheel is necessary to properly secure the wheels and tires in place. BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel 2023 Tesla Model Y lug nuts have a proof load of 105,700N.
Additionally, BONOSS 2023 Tesla Model Y lug nuts are made of advanced machinery and undergo a series of safety tests before leaving the factory. Besides, BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel wheel lug nuts are SGS TÜV Test Reports Certificated, and trusted by many OEM brands and professionals. These SGS TÜV-certified stud lug nuts are completely legal to use. If you need any brand-new 2023 Tesla Model Y lug nuts for your new alloy wheels, you can buy them online at the BONOSS website.