If the aftermarket Tesla lug nuts don’t protrude too much from the wheel lug holes, yes, they will still fit the wheel covers. A big reason Tesla uses wheel center covers is to protect its lug nuts from pitting and corrosion. To some extent, the wheel covers also mask the ugly OEM wheel nuts. However, like all lug nut covers made from hard materials, they can get warped from an impact air gun. This typically results in water and dirt creeping underneath the lug nut covers and warping them.
Generally, replacing the stock nuts with higher-quality and more stylish Tesla lug nuts is a good idea to go. In the market, some aftermarket Tesla lug nuts are made highly resistant to corrosion. They also come in various colors and shapes. Indeed, when the Tesla lug nuts match your wheel color, your vehicle will look more unique and personal. And how to pick the perfect Tesla lug nuts is not too difficult. You don’t need the wheel covers anymore.
What Tesla Lug Nuts Won’t Rust Easily?
Unlike most wheel nuts people find in the market, BONOSS forged 50BV30 Tesla lug nuts are exceptionally strong, making them very durable. Particularly, BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel Tesla lug nuts give neutral salt spray resistances exceeding 500 hours. And the surfaces are exquisite Mirror-black which maximally beautifies your wheel while protecting the Tesla lug nuts from rusting. This means these BONOSS forged 50BV30 Tesla lug nuts are good to resist various types of damage such as scratches, gouges, wear, and other flaws.
We are always told to purchase high-quality Tesla lug nuts. High-end wheel nuts are oftentimes stronger and more durable than universal ones. For example, the proof load of BONOSS forged 50BV30 Tesla lug nuts is over 105,700N. In addition, BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel Tesla lug nuts will undergo a series of safety tests before leaving the factory such as impact resistance, tensile strength, and hardness. These stud nuts are highly resistant to wear and damage. Take a look now!