Generally, there are three types of Honda CRV lug nuts: steel nuts, aluminum nuts, and titanium nuts. But aluminum nuts and steel nuts are the most common and cost-effective types. Almost all OEM Honda CRV lug nuts are made of steel alloy. In comparing the strength of steel and aluminum, technically steel is harder and stronger. Besides, its strength means that it is unlikely to bend or stretch. When crossing bumpy roads, steel Honda CRV lug nuts can offer more resistance to impact cracks.
When it comes to personalized style needs, aluminum Honda CRV lug nuts are better. Aluminum Honda CRV lug nuts can be anodized in a variety of colors, such as red, black, blue, grey, etc. Applying aftermarket lug nuts of the correct colors would make your new wheels look outstanding and fashionable. Protected by naturally occurring oxide film, the aluminum Honda CRV lug nuts come with incredible corrosion resistance. They keep you safe all the long way.
What Are Performance Honda CRV Lug Nuts?
Most OEM Honda CRV lug nuts are made of steel, which offers proper strength. But you deserve better. BONOSS exclusively supplies new forged ISO grade 12 50BV30 lug nuts. The ISO grade 12 means the proof load of the wheel nuts is 105,700N. It makes sense that stronger wheel nuts are safer because they are not easy to break. Getting the correct Honda CRV lug nuts installed ensures that your wheel is safely and securely fastened.
Besides, BONOSS dual hex wheel sockets are designed for your Honda CRV lug nuts and locks. This double-hex socket has dual 19mm (3/4 in.) and 21mm (13/16 in.) hex socket sizes. These dual-hex sockets provide two different hex adapters, allowing you to get into the right tight spots. So, it’s a good choice for properly torquing your new Honda CRV lug nuts. Additionally, these high-quality steel sockets feature a black multi-layer finish which is not easy to corrode.