Virginia M12 x 1.5 Titanium Lug Nuts

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M12x1.5 60 Deg 19mm hex Gr5 Titanium Lug Nuts. Gr5 is aerospace high yield strength Titanium.
26mm OD is for better integrity particularly on Aluminum rims. Very light weight. Perfect for racing.
$190 for set of 20. Free shipping
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What about 14mmx1.5?
 
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Finishing M14x1.5 today.
I make them for my carbon fiber rims. This is why the cone is little larger. Need to spread compression on more composite surface area in order to reduce relaxation of the torque over time.
They are very light weight, and it feels just right on a very light weight CF rims.

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M12x1.5 60 Deg 19mm hex Gr5 Titanium Lug Nuts. Gr5 is aerospace high yield strength Titanium.
26mm OD is for better integrity particularly on Aluminum rims. Very light weight. Perfect for racing.
$190 for set of 20. Free shipping
100% money back if returned within 60 days
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Are still making this??? Have they been tested?
 

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Also curious on usage.. specifically track usage.
 

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Also curious on usage.. specifically track usage.
There is literally no professional racing sportscar on the planet that uses Ti wheel nuts. I can't speak to F-1, but beyond them, no open wheel cars use Ti wheel nuts either. Ford Motorsports open-back steel nuts are prefect for track duty. These are perfect for parking lot duty.
 

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Ya that was my thought but didn’t know if things had changed recently for some reason to favor these as there seems to be more and more Ti options available.

I run gorilla open steel and they work fine.
 
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