By caid4315|2024-01-30T03:35:48+00:00January 30th, 2024|Blog|
The most common size of a Honda lug nut is 12×1.5mm/ M14x1.5mm thread pitch, 3/4″ hex, radius seat. The Honda wheel nuts are threaded onto the wheel studs. When properly secured, the seat parts of the wheel nuts are in contact with the lug holes of the wheels. The clamping force will lock the wheels properly. Most Honda wheel nuts are made of chrome-plated steel. Titanium or anodized aluminum wheel nuts are better lighter-weight parts for performance upgrades.
Torque refers to the amount of force applied to the lug nuts when properly tightened. The specified amount of torque for your vehicle should be listed on your owner’s manual. The general rule for an M12 Honda lug nut torque is usually around 108NM, and for an M14 lug nut, it is around 127NM. Anyways, getting the Honda wheel nuts checked and retorque them regularly ensures safety.
Is an Aluminum Honda Lug Nut Kit Any Good?
For your performance upgrades, aluminum Honda wheel nuts provide more advantages. The aluminum alloy is lightweight with exceptional strength. Each BONOSS aluminum lug nut net weight is about 25g, and a set of BONOSS forged 7075-T6 aluminum Honda lug nut weight is about 500g. Reducing unsprung weight is an important advantage for performance. Therefore, these aluminum Honda lug nuts are perfect for either daily use or racing events.
Additionally, BONOSS forged 7075-T6 aluminum Honda wheel nuts applied advanced hard anodizing coating technology. They also come in a variety of colors, such as red, black, purple, green, silver, etc. Generally, color-matched Honda lug nuts make a bold statement, and the brighter and more vibrant your car color, the more you’ll stand out on the road. Genuine BONOSS forged 7075-T6 aluminum alloy Honda wheel nuts won’t rust even after a long time.