The REFERENCE torque spec on the lug nuts on a 2007-2024 Toyota Tundra is 131-140Nm. For a 1999-2006 Tundra XK30/XK40, the reference wheel nut torque spec is 110Nm. Most aftermarket wheels require new lug nuts to ensure a proper fit. Commonly, there are three seat types of wheel nuts: conical types, ball types, and flat types. Getting the correct Tundra lug nuts installed is extremely important.

Besides, aftermarket Tundra wheel nuts can add a personalized style and improve the safety of pickup trucks. When it comes to strength needs, steel wheel nuts are better. Technically steel is harder and stronger. Besides, its strength means that it is unlikely to bend or stretch. When crossing bumpy roads, steel Tundra wheel nuts can offer more resistance to impact cracks. They are perfect for 4×4 off-roading events.

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When replacing the stock wheels, it is a good idea to use a new set of Tundra lug nuts to fit. BONOSS provides ISO grade 12 high-strength 50BV30 steel lug nuts. An ISO grade 12 marking means the proof load of this wheel nut is over 105,700 N. When properly torqued, the clamping force will lock the wheels safely and firmly. Most stock Toyota Tundra lug nuts are ISO grade 8. Changing to higher-grade Tundra wheel nuts is a way to improve safety.

What’s better, the BONOSS forged 50BV30 Tundra lug nut kit includes 4 heptagon wheel locks and a corresponding 7-side shape key. When the key with hex socket inserts sets the nut inside, the heptagon key fits around the irregular shapes of the nut. This reduces the risk of stripping the lug nut and preventing the wheel from theft. Such BONOSS forged 50BV30 steel wheel nuts add extra security to your nice wheels.

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