What is the Torque on the Lug Nuts on a 2017 Honda Accord?
By caid4315|2024-01-29T07:59:20+00:00January 29th, 2024|Blog|
The REFERENCE torque spec on the lug nuts on a 2017 Honda Accord is 108 Nm. The Honda Accord lug nuts serve as a very essential part of ensuring wheels and tires stay well attached to the vehicle. Generally speaking, after placing the wheels on the vehicle studs, the Honda Accord lug nuts are then positioned onto the wheel studs on top of the wheels, with the lug’s seat directly contacting the wheel mounting pads.
When properly torqued, 2017 Honda Accord lug nuts apply a clamping force to keep wheels in place. In most cases, OEM lug nuts are made out of chrome-plated steel, which offers enough strength and an acceptable cost. But there are forged 50BV30 steel lug nuts that are ideal for better strength and resistance to corrosion. You can invest in new lug nuts to bring your car to higher performance.
What Are the Best Aftermarket Honda Accord Lug Nuts?
Steel Honda Accord lug nuts are often stronger and safer for driving. The heat treatment maximizes the strength which makes them highly resistant to wear and damage. After a super forging process, BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel Honda Accord lug nuts can offer more resistance to impact cracks. These ISO Grade 12 lug nuts have a proof load of 105,700N. Arguably, a stronger retention power on the wheel is necessary to secure the wheels and tires in place properly.
Besides, BONOSS treats these forged ISO grade 12 Honda Accord lug nuts during production. How the lug nuts are coated is a critical safety factor. By far, BONOSS forged 50BV30 Honda Accord lug nuts give neutral salt spray resistances exceeding 500 hours, which makes it ideal for your Honda Accord off-roading wheel upgrades. Such BONOSS forged 50BV30 wheel nuts can withstand worse weather and driving styles. If you intend to install new aftermarket wheels, BONOSS forged ISO grade 12 Honda Accord lug nuts will give you a much better experience.