By caid4315|2024-01-04T06:57:40+00:00January 4th, 2024|Blog|
Yes, almost all Subaru cars use metric bolts. The thread sizes of the lug nuts will vary based on the wheel studs. Therefore, you need metric Subaru lug nuts to fully secure the wheels. For example, the most common metric thread sizes of Subaru bolts are M12x1.25mm. A M12 means the width of the thread area and a 1.25mm means the thread pitch. It is usually measured in millimeters. Then a set of M12x1.25mm wheel nuts fit your Subaru car perfectly.
Since aftermarket wheels come with various lug seat types, the correct seat types will depend on the actual wheel. Stock Subaru lug nuts may no longer fit these new aftermarket rims. At this point, it is critical to figure out the different types of lug nuts. If the aftermarket alloy wheels have a 60-degree conical lug seat, the lug nuts should be tapered accordingly. This is helpful for you to make a wise decision about which variation is best for your particular requirement.
What Are Brand Subaru Lug Nuts Made Of?
When choosing aftermarket Subaru lug nuts, the materials are important. To further boost safety, BONOSS exclusively supplies new forged 50BV30 steel lug nuts. These BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel wheel lug nuts are ISO grade 12 certificated. In addition, BONOSS lug nuts will undergo a series of safety tests before leaving the factory such as impact resistance, proof load, and hardness. They are strong enough to undertake more road impacts (proof load over 105,700 N).
Particularly, BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel Subaru lug nuts give neutral salt spray resistances exceeding 500 hours. The advanced special surface treatment improves the scratch resistance ability. And the surfaces are exquisite Mirror-black which maximally upgrades the wheel style. Such BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel car wheel nuts are perfect for different aftermarket wheels like Work wheels, BBS wheels, RAYS wheels, Enkei wheels, HRE wheels, Fuel wheels, Vossen wheels, OZ wheels, and more. Take a look now!