By caid4315|2024-01-20T08:17:01+00:00January 20th, 2024|Blog|
The socket size of a Hyundai Santa Fe lug nut is 13/16″, precisely you would need a 21mm hex socket to fit. In most cases, people who tend to change their original equipped wheels usually end up replacing the lug nuts to fit the aftermarket wheels and improve the performance. Since the Hyundai lug nuts are critical components that are used to secure the wheels, how to keep them safe becomes very important in your wheel upgrade.
If you have replaced your Hyundai Santa Fe lug nuts, you need to check out carefully whether you are using quality lug nuts and tightened properly. When driving in hard condition, even if a broken lug nut can cause vibration, or worse, making your wheels fall off the hub assembly. It may seem like a simple matter to ensure that the lug nuts are properly torqued before driving, but even this simple maintenance act is so often overlooked.
What Size Socket Do I Need for Hyundai Santa Fe Lug Nuts?
A BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel Hyundai Santa Fe lug nut kit includes a dual hex drive socket. This double-hex socket has dual 19mm (3/4 in.) and 21mm (13/16 in.) hex socket drive. These dual-hex sockets provide two different hex adapters, allowing you to get into the right tight spots. So, it’s a good choice for properly torquing your new Hyundai Santa Fe lug nuts. Additionally, these high-quality steel sockets feature a black multi-layer finish which is not easy to corrode.
Besides, these BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel Hyundai Santa Fe lug nuts are ISO grade 12 approved. The ISO Grade 12 wheel nuts are considered to be the top-quality nuts in the auto industry. They have a proof load of 105,700N. For use with locking-style Hyundai Santa Fe lug nuts, BONOSS offers a unique heptagon (7-side) shape key. The requirement of a unique tool reduces the risk of stripping the lug nut and preventing the wheel from theft. They add extra security to your nice wheels.