Lug Nuts - OEM for the Ford GT, fits GT350/R & all Mustangs

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Those are a bit pricey for me.
looks like its 216 for the kit, doesnt seem terrible to me
Yeah, that's the list price for the kit. The vendors are selling them for under $200 for all twenty. I'd be interested if they're one piece lugs esp. since they're black. Never liked the chrome on the stock ones.
 


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Or we can continue to patiently wait on 50Deep’s titanium ones.
 

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looks like its 216 for the kit, doesnt seem terrible to me
Gosh works out to $10.80 a lug....seems kinda pricey to me...and thats without any shipping or taxes if you get charged those.
 

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Are they four times as good as what Gorilla sells?

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^ probably depends on how particular one is about durability of the coating...

  • Ford Performance Parts Black Lug Nuts use Physical Vapor Deposition technology (PVD) which provides a scratch and wear resistance finish that ensures a perfect look for an extended period of time under intense use and provides surface wear resistance that cannot be provided by electroplating, anodizing or lacquer.
 

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^ probably depends on how particular one is about durability of the coating...
  • Ford Performance Parts Black Lug Nuts use Physical Vapor Deposition technology (PVD) which provides a scratch and wear resistance finish that ensures a perfect look for an extended period of time under intense use and provides surface wear resistance that cannot be provided by electroplating, anodizing or lacquer.
Eh, I guess. Personally, I'd just buy a second set of Gorilla lugs, and replace them as they get damaged/scratched. I've had the black Gorilla locking lugs (20 locks) for two years, and they're in great shape!

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I've been chatting with 50Deep about his titanium lugs. Tob can also explain it very well if they see this topic. I can't relay the info, but for titanium lugs on stock studs, it's normal. Had something to do with yield and the material strength.
 

 
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