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Old 07-06-2014, 10:51 AM
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Lug Nut Question

I was wanting to put different lug nuts on my 2000 F250 with stock aluminum and didn't know what ones would work. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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Old 07-06-2014, 01:13 PM
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With the stock wheels you need a flat M14 X 2.0 lug.
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coarse thread not fine thread too i might add.
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Ok thanks. Any idea how long they should be?
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And where to get them? I've been looking around online and cant seem to find any chrome ones. I found stock replacement but i want full chrome lug nuts
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try a tire shop?
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Perfect timing, as i am getting ready to order a new hub assembly and could not remember if it was coarse or fine thread. What years are coarse and what years are fine thread? Just for future reference. Replacing the right hub assembly which has a small amount of movement and also the rod end that attaches to the pitman arm.....i'm praying that helps alleviate some of my steering issues, put a Redhead gearbox in about a month ago.

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03 is the changeover year. Coarse thread before ( M14 x 1.5) and Fine thread after M14 x 2.0


I'm confused. The factory wheels use a center cap that covers the lug nuts anyway, and look like but without the caps?

Are you really trying to find a Chrome lug for factory wheels?

If thats really what you are trying to do

http://www.ebay.com/itm/32-PC-ALCOA-...0bb769&vxp=mtr

those should work.
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Old 07-07-2014, 04:06 AM
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Thank You Schlutzer
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03 is the changeover year. Coarse thread before ( M14 x 1.5) and Fine thread after M14 x 2.0


I'm confused. The factory wheels use a center cap that covers the lug nuts anyway, and look like but without the caps?

Are you really trying to find a Chrome lug for factory wheels?

If thats really what you are trying to do

32 PC Alcoa Dually Wheel Rim Solid Chrome Lug Nut Flat Fixed Washer 14 x 1 5 Mm | eBay

those should work.
I'm pretty sure it changed in 05
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