Yes, all Tesla lug nuts fasteners are metric. Precisely, the most common thread sizes of Tesla lug nuts are M14x1.5mm. Since aftermarket wheels come with various lug seat types, people who like to swap their OEM wheels usually end up replacing the OEM nuts to fit new wheels. However, aftermarket Tesla lug nuts are made in a variety of styles, seat types, and materials. Even if you figured out the thread sizes, you have to clarify the correct seat types.
There are thousands of Tesla lug nuts that exist on the market. When choose aftermarket lug nuts, the materials are important. Due to differences between materials in strength, brittleness, corrosion resistance properties, different Tesla lug nuts perform differently. Generally, higher tensile strength ensures a stronger bolted joint. It is the resistance of a material to breaking under tension. This means when facing fierce impacts, this types of Tesla lug nuts are not easy to break.
What Are Brand Tesla Lug Nuts Made Of?
When choosing aftermarket Tesla lug nuts, the materials are important. Generally, brand Tesla lug nuts are made of high-quality forged steel alloy, which ensures a stronger wheel connection. Most Tesla lug nuts express performance in metric grades. There are three common metric grades: 6, 8, and 12. Each grade has a specific nut strength. The higher number means the higher the tensile strength of the lug nut. To further boost the safety of your new wheels, BONOSS exclusively supplies new ISO grade 12 Tesla lug nuts.
These BONOSS ISO grade 12 forged 50BV30 steel Tesla lug nuts are strong enough to undertake more road impacts (proof load over 105,700 N). Particularly, BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel Tesla lug nuts give salt spray resistances exceeding 500 hours. The advanced special surface treatment improves the scratch resistance ability. These BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel Tesla lug nuts are surely much better and safer for wheel upgrades.