By caid4315|2024-01-04T06:58:21+00:00January 4th, 2024|Blog|
Most Subaru cars use steel lug nuts, M12x1.25mm, and 19mm hex conical seat type. In most cases, the stock Subaru lug nuts are made out of chrome-plated steel, which offers enough strength and an acceptable cost. When properly torqued, they apply a clamping force to keep the wheels in place. But many good quality aftermarket Subaru wheel nuts are ideal for better strength and resistance to corrosion. You can invest in new Subaru lug nuts to bring your vehicle to higher performance.
For most Subaru car models, there are 20 pcs lug nuts to fasten the wheels. The bolt pattern is 5x100mm or 5×114.3mm, so each wheel has 5 pcs lug nuts. Other models use 16 pcs lug nuts to secure the wheels. The bolt pattern is 4x100mm, so each wheel has 4 pcs lug nuts. In most cases, people who tend to change their original equipped wheels usually end up replacing the Subaru lug nuts to fit the aftermarket wheels and improve the performance.
Are Aluminum Subaru Lug Nuts Any Good?
To further maximize your new wheel style, BONOSS exclusively supplies new forged 7075-T6 aluminum Subaru lug nuts. These lug nuts are characterized by the right fitment and outstanding appearance characteristics. They are anodized in various colors, such as red, black, blue, grey, etc. Normally, color matching will essentially improve your design’s visual appeal. Applying aluminum Subaru lug nuts of the correct colors would make your wheels look outstanding and fashionable.
These BONOSS 7075-T6 aluminum Subaru lug nuts are all forged. We all know that forged wheel lug nuts perform better than other lug nuts in some aspects. The forging process eliminates the porosity, ensuring structural integrity. This makes them not easy to break. The best part is that BONOSS forged 7075-T6 aluminum Subaru lug nuts are lightweight with exceptional strength. Reducing unsprung weight is an important advantage for increasing acceleration capability.